Review: Does WRC 10 Live Up to Its Name?

WRC 10 Review: Does it Live Up to Its Name?


WRC 10 by developer Kylotonn is set to release on 2 September. Here are some of our thoughts on the game.

Photo credit: Kylotonn

The latest edition of Kylotonn’s World Rally Championship game series is set to drop on 2 September, but we got our hands on an advanced copy so that we could take a look at the game and see what it’s all about. So, if you want to know a little bit about WRC 10 before you make the decision to buy it or not, take a look at our video review now!

Hits and Misses

In terms of the overall feel of the game, the extent to which it feels like a realistic rally experience, WRC 10 scores pretty highly. All kinds of different terrain from all across the world create a varied set of stages, each of which brings its own challenges.

With the addition of the historic events that WRC 10 has brought with it, there really is a good variety of tracks and cars to experience. What’s more, the scenery at each and every one of these events is of a high quality as well, adding to the ambiance. However, the game isn’t perfect on the graphical side of things, as there are a few areas where we feel Kylotonn could make some improvements.

If you’re a player who likes to use a gamepad, then WRC 10 shouldn’t pose any problems for you in this regard. Unfortunately, those who prefer a racing wheel may be rather disappointed by the driving experience. Issues with force feedback mean that the gamepad is certainly the controller of choice here.

To find out what we thought of the gamemodes on offer, the general ‘feel’ of the cars, as well as our overall conclusions on WRC 10, take a look at the video linked above. We promise it will be worth your while!

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My name is Jacob and I have been writing for OverTake since November of 2020. I come from the UK, but I'm now living in Berlin. I love to watch, write about and sometimes shout about all forms of racing.