To be called WRC 23, Codemasters new WRC will be launched in 2023, when the studio took back the games license after 18 years. According to what GI.biz has stated, the new license will run from 2023 to 2027. That agreement provides the studios the rights to publish new games and its own sporting events.
Well-known insider Tom Henderson has been told about what to expect from the project.
The game currently includes 16 classes, including WRC and WRC2, as well as F2 Kitcar and H1 FWD.
One of the most important issues of the game will be its ability to build a rally car. The currency system in-game will have a role in your build. In fact, a source said the customization in game will be something as deep as this YouTube video uploaded by the FIA WRC.
The implication is that every aspect of your rally car can be built from scratch, starting with the transmission. You can then buy the engine, differential, gearbox, clutch, radiator, suspension, brakes, and exhaust systems. Some of the parts cost far less than the ones that are already being used.
The cosmetic customization of this car is equally vast. Players have the option to choose from all their own decisions, from small to big. Some of these parts are called front, rear, rotors, mudguards and even the hood.
You can customize everything, from steering wheel, digital display to seat belt design. Players can create multiple models of cars, test drive the assembled car and, if necessary, change the parts before confirming the assembly.
It’s believed that the WRC was created from a canceled DiRT game that was due soon. The aim of the two games is to save time and money.