WRC 10 Free Update Adds Ypres Rally, Improvements To Co-Driver Mode, More Historical Events

A new free update for KT Racing’s WRC 10 is out now, Nacon announced. The free update adds a new rally stage that is featured in this year’s World Rally Championship calendar, as well as more historical events.

The new rally stage is the Ypres Rally set in Belgium. The new event was added to the championship calendar this year which saw local driver Thierry Neuville took the win. The seven stages (plus a shakedown route) features narrow, winding asphalt country roads. Expect a lot of junctions and slippery grip around here.

As for the historical events- highlighting a specific stage, driver and co-driver and car, WRC 10 adds three new ones.

There is the 1980 Rally Portugal featuring Walter Röhrl and Christian Geistdörfer driving the Fiat Abart 131. There is also the 1981 Rally Finland where Ari Vatanen and David Richards drove the Ford Escort MkII 1800. And for a more recent historical event, there is also the 2017 Rally Portugal with Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia in their Ford Fiesta WRC.

The update also has some improvement to the Co-Driver mode, where you get to be in the passenger seat holding and reading the pace notes. There is now a lexicon to actually explain what all the symbols mean within the game.

Nacon teases another free update will be coming in November as well.

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, with a Nintendo Switch version coming soon.

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