Lesquin, France, May 20, 2021 – NACON and KT Racing are pleased to unveil some new gameplay images for WRC 10, the official video game of the FIA World Rally Championship, which releases on 2 September 2021 on PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Steam.
Discover the Croatia Rally in WRC 10 with a new video:
As we celebrate the Croatia Rally’s very first appearance in the Championship calendar, it may already be regarded as one of the most exciting events in WRC history. Contested a few weeks ago, a WRC asphalt rally has never been so close with just six tenths of a second separating the winner, Sébastien Ogier, from Welshman Elfyn Evans.
And now these breathtaking performances can be recreated by virtual drivers in September in WRC 10. The Croatia Rally takes place entirely on asphalt on very varied surfaces that are often rutted and damaged from the region’s bad weather. These roads in the heart of the Croatian countryside are often extremely narrow and require immaculate handling to maintain speed. Thanks to the ultra-realistic physics developed by KT Racing, WRC 10 offers a unique driving experience in 4K and 60FPS that closely matches what real drivers feel. Follow in the tracks of the greatest drivers and become the next legend with WRC 10!
With WRC 10, the leading off-road racing simulator is reinventing itself once more! Finish the 2021 season atop the podium and relive the most intense moments at the wheel of iconic cars to celebrate 50 years of the competition.
- 6 historic rallies, including Acropolis, San Remo, Germany, Argentina…
- Over 20 legendary cars, including Alpine, Audi, Lancia, Subaru, Ford, Mitsubishi, Toyota…
- 4 brand-new rallies: Estonia, Croatia, Belgium and Spain
- 52 official teams of the 2021 season (WRC, WRC2, WRC3, Junior WRC)
WRC 10 will be available on September 2, 2021 on PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC and on Nintendo Switch™ at a later date.
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NACON is a company of the BIGBEN Group founded in 2019 to optimize its know-how through strong synergies in the video game market. By bringing together its 10 development studios, the publishing of AA video games, the design and distribution of premium gaming devices, NACON focuses 20 years of expertise at the service of players. This new unified business unit strengthens NACON’s position in the market and enables it to innovate by creating new unique competitive advantages. https://corporate.nacongaming.com/
Created in 2006, Kylotonn is one the most important French video game development studios, also known under KT Racing label. Specialized in motorsports and official developer of the WRC FIA World Rally Championship series and Isle of Man Tourist Trophy, the company is internationally recognized for its know-how and for the passion of its teams. With more than 110 employees as of today in Paris and Lyon, Kylotonn has developed more than 25 titles distributed by major publishers. Kylotonn has forged itself a strong technological expertise thanks to the real-time 3D engine KT Engine that the company owns. At the forefront of the video game industry, this technology is also used within R&D partnerships on autonomous vehicle projects in the automotive industry. Since 2018, NACON, one of Europe’s leading video game publishers, holds a 100% stake in the company. Kylotonn is member of the French National Developers Federation (Syndicat National du Jeu Vidéo) and Capital Games. The company is supported by BPI, IFCIC and the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation.
About WRC Promoter GmbH
WRC Promoter GmbH is responsible for all commercial aspects of the FIA World Rally Championship, including TV production and the marketing of global media and sponsorship rights. The Promoter also has responsibility to increase the field of participants and to propose the venues that form the FIA WRC calendar.
The World Rally Championship is the FIA’s premium rally series. WRC showcases authentic motorsport, high performance cars and the world’s best drivers competing in dramatic surroundings ranging from the ice and snow of Scandinavia to the blistering heat of Italy in mid-summer. Established in its current format in 1973, WRC participants battle for the drivers’ and manufacturers’ world titles at 12 rallies spanning three continents.