Verified insider Tom Henderson (Tom Henderson) in the material for his portal insider gaming tells what to expect from the upcoming Codemasters rally simulator based on the FIA World Rally Championship.
It has been known since the summer before last that the British studio (later bought out by Electronic Arts) will release games in the WRC series from 2023 to 2027, but the company was in no hurry to share the details.
According to Henderson’s sources, Codemasters’ first WRC-licensed game will feature 16 individual classes, including WRC and WRC 2, as well as the ability to build your own rally car (even more than one).
Literally every aspect of the car is said to be allowed to be built from scratch (see the video below for an example of the depth of the system). Detailed adjustments are suitable for both the interior of the car and its appearance.
You have to build a car for in-game money. Engine, differential, gearbox, suspension, brakes, etc. must be purchased. The prices depend on the degree of deterioration of the parts.
WRC 23 (the game’s possible name) is believed to be based on the discontinued part of the DiRT series, which was originally intended to be released in the coming years. The idea is to save time and money through the similarity of both projects.
The premiere of Codemasters’ first WRC is expected to take place from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024. According to the terms of the deal, the British studio will publish WRC games (including regular releases) on PC, consoles and mobile devices.