Those itching for a solid rally racer with plenty of modes and features backed by solid gameplay will find plenty to like about EA Sports WRC.
It may not feature the most extensive list of blockbusters, but this month still has plenty of big releases to look forward to.
The rally racing title is out on November 3rd for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC, but those who pre-order can start playing today.
Developer Codemaster has also revealed the equivalent PC settings for the console release of EA Sports WRC.
EA Sports WRC's senior creative director explains why the studio opted to use Unreal Engine 5 over the EGO engine or Frostbite.
Here's what you should know about Codemasters' return to rally racing.
Codemasters and EA have released 10 minutes of new gameplay footage for their upcoming rally racing simulator.
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.