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WRC 10 PC demo available until September 22nd

NACON and KT Racing have announced their participation in Steam Next Fest. From June 16 to 22, a free demo version of WRC 10, the official game of the FIA World Rally Championship, will be playable exclusively on Steam.

WRC 10 will offer a unique anniversary edition, bursting with new features and driving thrills. A retrospective mode offers players the chance to relive 19 events that have shaped the history of the Championship. These challenging special stages put drivers’ skills to the test by imposing conditions specific to each era. Players will drive six historic rallies, including the legendary Acropolis Rally (Greece) and Rallye Sanremo (Italy), with over 20 of the WRC’s most iconic cars. And yes, you will find classic WRC cars from Alpine, Audi, Lancia, Subaru, Ford, Mitsubishi, and Toyota.

The game will also have improved physics to offer players an even more realistic experience. Control of aerodynamic forces, the turbo and braking have received particular attention on all surfaces, so that WRC 10 recreates ever more accurate and intense driving sensations. The dev team has also increased immersion with a completely reworked audio design for this new edition.

The demo includes an overview of three completely new rallies. These are Estonia (gravel), Croatia (asphalt) and Spain (asphalt). You can download the demo from here once Steam Next Fest begins (7PM CEST).

Lastly, NACON released a new trailer for WRC 10 that you can find below.

Enjoy!

WRC 10 | Acropolis Rally Greece Gameplay

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