WRC 9 is coming to the Nintendo Switch, digitally on March 11 for $49.99. For those of you looking for the physical edition, you’ll need to wait until April 13. The game will include 3 new rallies (Kenya, Japan, New Zealand), over 15 classic cars and 100 special stages.
It also includes a Clubs system, where each player can create their own championship and compete in it online with the rest of the world. Take control of all official drivers and cars in 3 WRC categories with improved physics for even greater realism, redesigned environments and all-new pacenotes for total immersion.
WRC 9 was previously released on September 3, 2020 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC and on launch day for Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.
Here’s a link to our WRC 9 review, there was a lot to like.
French video game developer Kylotonn has done an impressive job as of late of earning the respect of both the racing community and peers alike. The world of simulation-style racing requires consistency and quality, and with series like Isle of Man, WRC and V-Rally, the developers there have proven they understand the world they are residing in while building upon the positives, and improving in the areas where they have struggled. The question now with the release of WRC 9 is does the current upward trend continue? I was relatively bullish on the game in my preview, so let’s find out how things turned out in the end in this WRC 9 review.