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WRC 8 Arrives For Nintendo Switch on November 19


WRC 8 Arrives For Nintendo Switch on November 19

WRC 8 for the Nintendo Switch is scheduled to arrive on November 19.

With the new dynamic weather system, climatic conditions have true-to-life effects:  rain and snowfall is now an important game feature as variable traction, different set-ups for each stage, tyre choice and shrewd use of the weather forecasting team all need to be considered.

The single-player Career mode has been rebuilt from the ground up: calendar management, R&D to improve performance, staff recruitment and management (mechanics, engineers, medical and weather teams, finance manager, etc.).

For multiplayer, weekly challenges and WRC eSports return, but the challenge and competition is now even stiffer.

With 50 teams, 14 rallies and over 100 special stages in the 2019 season, WRC 8 has the deepest content ever included in an off-road racing game.

Watch the new trailer below, highlighting the success of WRC 8.

If you missed our WRC 8 review, read it here.

The two-year absence was a bit of a gamble, but the new direction has paid off handsomely for Bigben and Kylotonn. They have delivered an authentic experience that has pushed me to the edge of insanity at times, but in a fun way. The career mode is deep, the graphics are beautiful and the handling is extremely well done. I’ve mentioned the learning curve as being a steep one, and it most surely is, but it is well worth the required investment of time and effort it takes to gain a firm grasp of the overall experience that awaits you in WRC 8.
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    • WRC 8 offers the most content ever in an off-road racing game. Rise to the challenge!
    • Completely Overhauled Career Mode: Authentic activity management between rallies lets you improve your car and manage your staff for the greatest edge on the track
    • Competitive Multiplayer: Weekly challenges and eSports WRC are back? and the competition is more intense than ever
    • Tons of Content: 50 teams, 14 rallies and more than 100 special stages from the 2019 season

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