EA Sports WRC is a rally racing simulator developed by Codemasters and published by EA Sports.
It is Codemasters’ first officially licensed WRC title since 2002’s Colin McRae Rally 3.
EA Sports WRC will feature a bunch of game modes, including Career Mode, Moments Mode, and even a car builder.
EA Sports WRC will launch with over 200 rally stages across 17 different locations, and a roster of over 80 cars spanning 18 car classes.
The Codemasters-developed title will "combine the power of the Unreal Engine with the DiRT Rally series physics" to deliver "the first truly next-generation rally game."
Previous leaks have claimed that the game is set to launch before November for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
In addition to online multiplayer, WRC 23's modes will seemingly include Career, Championship, Time Trial, and the new Moments mode.
Previously rumoured to launch in July, it seems the rally racing sim has been delayed and will now target a release before November.
EA and Codemasters' first WRC game will be out late July, a prominent leaker has claimed.
Codemasters acquired the WRC license from 2023 onward back in 2020, with the first game expected to launch sometime this year.
New report claims that Codemasters is icing the DiRT franchise, and will shift focus to F1, GRID, and WRC, with the latter being its next big project.
Bigben Interactive will hold the rights until then.