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V-Rally 4 Announced, Arrives in September - Teaser Trailer Revealed

V-Rally 4

V-Rally 4 Announced, Arrives in September - Teaser Trailer Revealed

Bigben Interactive and Kylotonn Racing Games have announced their collaboration on the return of V-Rally. Developed by Kylotonn Racing Games, V-Rally 4 is scheduled to arrive in September on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Absent since 2003, the epic title is now making its big comeback with more than 50 models of emblematic rallying and extreme motorsports vehicles. Nostalgic players can collect, upgrade, customize, and master the favorite cars, three of which can be seen in today’s trailer – a Porsche 911 Safari, a Ford Mustang and a Ford Fiesta RS RX.

V-Rally was first released in 1997 on PlayStation 1, revolutionizing the genre with 3 game modes and a selection of real-world vehicles and famous tracks. Some years later, on PlayStation 2, V-Rally 3 released to huge success, adding a career mode with decisive team choices and an even greater number of tracks.

With V-Rally 4, the goal is to remain faithful to the identity of the franchise, which earned the support of millions of fans, and to strike a perfect balance between sensation, presentation, and simulation, while offering the best graphics and gameplay the latest technology can support.

“It’s a real privilege for me to once again work on the V-Rally series,” said Alain Jarniou, Game Director at Kylotonn. “It’s an extraordinary title that I have a very special connection to. I had a chance to join the team that created V-Rally to develop V-Rally 3 on the PlayStation 2 as a programmer. I’m very proud to be working on the franchise again 15 years later.”

V-Rally 4 Features:

  • Rally: From Africa to Sequoia Park and Japan, travel the world along difficult tracks and in extreme conditions, such as snow, ice, and mud.
  • Extreme-Khana: You’ll have to be a master of precision and drifting on these tracks full of pitfalls.
  • V-Rally Cross: Leave your opponents in the dust on these dirt and asphalt tracks and take on 7 expert adversaries.
  • Buggy: Hop into your all-terrain vehicle to win the race on these particularly rugged tracks. Not for the faint of heart!
  • Hillclimb: Race to the top behind the wheel of powerful cars.
  • Online and Career Modes: More details later.

Read more about V-Rally 4 here.

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  1. I hope V-Rally does well. That was a super-fun franchise back in the day.
    Plus there's room in the market for an arcadish rally title. Hell, back in the late 90s, we had Colin McRae Rally as the only sim-ish rally title, while Sega Rally, V-Rally and Rallisport Challenge were arcadish rally titles.
    Now the worm has turned. We have DIRT Rally and WRC 7 as sim rally titles, with only DIRT 4 as an arcadish rally title.
    Plus it's a very good sign Kylotonn is developing this game. An easy winner of the Most Improved Developer Award in the last 12 months in racing games, if not all of sports gaming. WRC 7 and Isle of Man TT are effing excellent games.
    I never played this series in the past...
    However, if you're looking for an arcade-ish off-road game, Gravel really is pretty good. It's not exactly "rally," as you're mostly racing, but it has something of a rally feel at times.
    Dazraz
    Does this mean we aren’t getting a new WRC game this year as this was a Big Ben title too?

    Very good question. Didn't think about that. Kylotonn is the developer of both.
    The WRC series uses digits, not years, to name its versions. So it's not locked into an annual release.
    sethisthegoat
    I never played this series in the past...
    However, if you're looking for an arcade-ish off-road game, Gravel really is pretty good. It's not exactly "rally," as you're mostly racing, but it has something of a rally feel at times.

    Hope the retail version is better than the demo because the Gravel demo was awful. Pure trash.
    pk500
    Very good question. Didn't think about that. Kylotonn is the developer of both.
    The WRC series uses digits, not years, to name its versions. So it's not locked into an annual release.

    Just wondering if the WRC license has expired hence the switch to a generic rally game. Shame if that's the case. Hopefully someone will pick up the license & do something good with it.
    pk500
    Hope the retail version is better than the demo because the Gravel demo was awful. Pure trash.

    So, I didn't play the demo so I can't speak to that. But I've really been enjoying the game. I'm not sure it has huge legs, or anything...but the campaign mode is fun, if a bit cheesy.
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