WRC 6 races its way to Xbox One, Steam come March
If you are a big fan of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship, you’ll be pleased to hear that the official video game of the auto racing championship is coming to the Xbox One, Steam, and PlayStation 4 in March 2017.
Bandai Namco first rolled out the game in other countries on October 7 last year. Now, the arcade game company is bringing the title to the Americas, excluding Brazil. The game will bring with it all the official WRC drivers and teams, 14 WRC events, and a vast array of WRC 2 and Junior WRC drivers.
Players will be able to race against each other as WRC 6 supports a split-screen multiplayer mode. Additionally, the game includes new stages, weekly challenges, the eSports WRC Championship, and real-world vehicle behavior to give players a more realistic experience.
The official announcement from Bandai Namco:
“WRC 6, the official video game of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) season, is now available for PlayStation4, Xbox One, and PC/Steam. On a race track, the car makes all the difference. In a rally, it’s the driver. Fog, mud, punctures… you have to deal with it all. WRC 6 includes all of the official 2016 content, 11 Super Special Stages on a 1:1 scale, local split-screen multiplayer and free access to the entire 2017 eSport WRC.”
Eric Hartness, vice president of marketing for Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc., adds:
“WRC 6 captures the pure exhilaration of high speed rally racing, depicting each narrow passageway, grinding hairpin turn and challenging terrain that consistently makes the World Rally Championship an exciting competition for fans around the world. With online and split-screen modes and challenges for all level of players, WRC 6 is the real deal.”
The official trailer for the game is available below.
Are you eager to immerse yourself in the international rallying once WRC 6 hits your country in March? Let us know!
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