Nacon released WRC 10 with some content that was never available in the franchise before this title but it remains to be seen if this will be enough.
WRC 10 is coming straight off the shelves with an Anniversary edition but it doesn't celebrate another notch in the belt of the franchise, the developers or the publishers. Instead, the anniversary is all about the championship itself, which turned 50.
This means players will get access to the History Mode which features 19 historical events that require the drivers to adapt to racing condition of each time period.
Overall, the brand new content from WRC 10 can be summed up as:
- Four new 2021 rallies - Estonia, Croatia, Belgium and Spain
- Six historic rallies - Acropolis, San Remo, Germany, Argentina and more
- 120 special stages
- 52 official teams from 2021 season
- 20 iconic cars from Alpine, Audi, Lancia, Subaru, Ford, Mitsubishi, Toyota and more
On top of that, the Career Mode has been upgraded to include a livery editor so the players can create their own team and fly its colours. The devs are also leaning further into the esports aspects of the game with daily and weekly challenges serving as stepping stones into the competition.
Players are also able to build their own competitions so the drivers can duke it out in various settings, paving the way to a potentially growing community of competitors.