WRC 10 November Free Update Adds Acropolis Rally, More Historical Events And A “Realistic” Difficulty For Club Mode

The second free update to Nacon and KT Racing’s WRC 10 is now live. The November update adds the Acropolis Rally.

Also known as the Greek Rally, it has been absent from the World Rally Championship calendar for 7 years until this year. While WRC 10 featured a stage of the Acropolis Rally as part of a historical event, this full addition brings 3 special stages in its 2021 iteration and can be played as part of Career Mode.

Speaking of historical events, WRC 10 adds more of that to the list, as part of the 50th anniversary of the championship that started in 1951. The five new historical events are as follows:

  • Rally Argentina, 1994 – Didier Auriol and Bernanrd Occelli, Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  • Rally Argentina, 2004 – Carlos Sainz and Marc Martí, Citroen Xsara WRC
  • Rally Germany, 2002 – Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena, Citroen Xsara WRC
  • Safari Rally Kenya, 2000 – Richard Burns and Robert Reid, Subaru Impreza S5 WRC ’99
  • Rally Mexico, 2016 – Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila, Volkswagen Polo R WRC

The Subaru Impreza is a new car to WRC 10, coming with this free update.

Lastly, the November update adds a “realistic” mode to Club Mode. Club Mode lets players host custom championships and events online. But with the realistic mode, you can now carry over the damage of a car between stages, place one (or more) service parks to get repairs done. Or even impose a mandatory passage to a service park so you can change tyre compounds when the next stage has different road surfaces. Also, stages are one-shot affair, no replays.

You can find our review of WRC 10 here. The game is out now on PS4, PS5, PC (Steam), Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

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