Many teams, fewer cars and not so many tracks. Out 26th October.
Racing has always involved head to head competition, but you would hope that WRC 3 would have enough about it to warrant a purchase, seeing as it is going toe to toe with EA’s Most Wanted reboot by Criterion Games.
Thankfully, the Facebook page updated with 14 screens for you to enjoy.
They also told us that there will be all 54 official teams, modes including Single Stage, Single Rally and 2012 Championship and a WRC Online game mode which will allow an amazing multiplayer experience for a “never-ending Rally game”.
There are six rally stages and these Rallye Monte-Carlo, Rallye de France – Alsace, RallyRACC-Rally de Espana, Acropolis Rally, ADAC Rallye Deutschland and Wales Rally GB. There are also 11 official cars.
The information also stated that the game has trophy support (well I would have hoped so!) and that after a “few” weeks, the game will benefit from FREE DLC in the form of three new rallies, Rally Guanajuato Mexico, Philips Rally Argentina and Vodafone Rally de Portugal.
The game is out on October 26th.