NACON has showcased some of the community’s best livery designs for WRC 10, the official video game of the FIA World Rally Championship. One of the new features of WRC 10 is the comprehensive car customization tool that invites the gaming community to push the limits of their imagination. More than 30,000 liveries have been created since the release of the game.
With WRC 10, it is now possible to create completely unique liveries, based on about thirty vehicles present in the WRC, WRC 2, WRC 3, Junior WRC categories, but also the historical vehicles of the game. Colors, shapes, stickers, logos, lettering and infinite possibilities are offered to players to impose their style and wear their own colors, including in Career Mode.
Franjo’s concept of using all of the editing tools found in WRC 10 won out over many of the other top contenders with an extremely detailed livery: it’s both a tribute to rallying with the integration of notes and also a simplified special stage layout, while nodding to the 50th anniversary of the World Rally Championship in 2022.
WRC 10 is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC. If you missed our review, make sure to read it here.
WRC is a series that has seen its peaks and valleys, but since 2018, it has added some additions to the driving and physics model that have been well received by both critics and fans alike. WRC 10 coincides with the release of the 50th anniversary of Rally Championship excellence and goes so far as to embed an entire mode dedicated to the celebration and history of the series. The developers also promised to tweak the driving physics again, create a more accessible game, and deliver a brand-new livery creator suite. So, with all that being said, let’s get into my WRC 10 review.