WRC 9: FIA World Rally Championship (2020)





Type: Racing

Developer: Kylotonn

Publisher: Bigben Interactive

Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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  • Playable Vehicles

    1970 Alpine A110
    1984 Audi quattro
    2020 CitroŽn C3 R5
    2019 CitroŽn C3 WRC
    2005 CitroŽn Xsara WRC
    1981 Ford Escort
    2020 Ford Fiesta R2
    2020 Ford Fiesta R5
    2020 Ford Fiesta RS WRC
    2007 Ford Focus RS WRC
    2020 Hyundai i20 Coupť WRC
    2020 Hyundai i20 R5
    1984 Lancia 037 Rally
    1992 Lancia Delta
    1969 Lancia Fulvia Coupť
    1973 Lancia Stratos
    2012 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
    2018 Proton Iriz R5
    2020 Škoda Fabia R5 evo
    1999 Toyota Corolla
    2019 Toyota Yaris WRC
    2020 Volkswagen Polo GTI R5
    2016 Volkswagen Polo R WRC

    Comments

    Author Message
    CH Solarriors

    2020-08-16 16:30
    That's already the game as a service (game content plus some extra game life support). Kind of what manufacturers like Tesla do with the cars.
    I also want to remind you that games are not only on consoles and therefore technical enhancements can still happen

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    2020-08-16 16:31:26
    SM MBR

    2020-08-16 08:08
    Solarriors wrote
    The thing the economy works with money and financial transactions. The liberalism capitalist system has to get the cash flowing in. It works with gross product growth not absolute resource optimization.
    Tldr : yearly release is for more money
    Just look at sports games like fifa or nba


    Thatís a good perspective to view it, but maybe not at this current times, I mean itís obvious once you reach graphics capacity limit, there is Almost nothing else you could improve on, except features and more content, which is why I think that yearly release will lose its value Soon, it wonít be as valuable like before, and Iím sure once more people realize this greedy practice and gets rid of it, then they will probably ask to keep a one game that will receive future updates, which could cause lower sells to the yearly release games, and that could lead to bankrupt to some companies

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    2020-08-16 08:09:30
    CH Solarriors

    2020-08-16 06:22
    The thing the economy works with money and financial transactions. The liberalism capitalist system has to get the cash flowing in. It works with gross product growth not absolute resource optimization.
    Tldr : yearly release is for more money
    Just look at sports games like fifa or nba

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    2020-08-16 06:23:47
    SM MBR

    2020-08-15 23:28
    The last F1 game I played was 2016, other than that I skipped the rest, but I can agree that they are becoming greedy for trying to force a yearly release for F1 When almost everything is just the same and re-skinned
    But when it comes to other games, at least codemasters are taking their time, I personally enjoy the dirt series, I think they are doing good for dirt rally too,, I hope they wonít force a yearly wrc but there is still hope

    My only complaint about Codemasters is how they messed up with The past Grid games, nothing was able to outclass the original Grid
    Think about it this way, consoles especially when it comes to graphics have already reached their limit, imo what future games needs now is a more time (2-3 years) or they could go with the one game that keeps receiving updates every now and then, what else could be improved in terms of graphics? Almost nothing
    US RealCarter

    2020-08-15 18:51
    TheGreaser wrote
    The future of WRC games will now depend on Codemasters, a far superior developer.

    Yeah, i can tell that. Just look at the F1 series from like F1 2014 to 2020 and you'll see quite a few differences between them. Codemasters is such a greedy company too.
    US RealCarter

    2020-08-15 18:17
    MBR wrote
    They arenít even trying, there is almost no major difference between WRC6 to WRC9, itís basically the fifa of racing games

    The last WRC i've played was 2012th WRC3. I can tell you, there's not much difference between those games. Bring the "surprise mechanics" to WRC and you'll indeed have a racing Fifa.
    SM MBR

    2020-08-15 17:31
    They arenít even trying, there is almost no major difference between WRC6 to WRC9, itís basically the fifa of racing games
    An Audi A2 isnít convincing enough to pre-order this to get the customer interest
    US RealCarter

    2020-08-15 12:29
    Same engine, same cars, same locations, same graphics and physics. What's the point of buying the same game every year?
    SM MBR

    2020-06-11 12:12
    So every year is a Wrc, feels like milking to me

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