WRC 10

Rating Summary

Based on 37 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

75%

Critics Recommend

Based on 37 critic reviews
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8 / 10
Sep 19, 2021

Although WRC 10 is not as big a step forward as WRC 9 was, it still offers a lot of improvements. The 50th anniversary mode is also a very welcomed addition and mixed with the return of many legendary drivers, the final package is more or less exactly what Rally fans would want in a game.

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9 / 10.0
Sep 21, 2021

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IGN

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7 / 10.0
Sep 12, 2021

WRC 10 retains the basics of the series built over the years but does not offer any new changes in return.

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IGN

Top Critic

8 / 10.0
Sep 3, 2021

WRC 10 is another successful example of KT Racing's commitment to fantastic stage design and frantic, fast-paced, and occasionally unforgiving fun.

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8 / 10
Sep 3, 2021

WRC 10 is a great rally package that hones many of the WRC 9's strengths to a finer edge. There's a couple of visual glitches that need working on, but all in all, rally fans will love what KT Racing have put together this year.

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7 / 10
Aug 31, 2021

WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship is a solid all-around experience built on a reliable foundation.

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7.5 / 10.0
Sep 6, 2021

The franchise doesn't make the hoped-for leap in quality, it just takes a step in the right direction: this will hardly be enough to satisfy the most demanding drivers or those who already own WRC 9, but several off-road enthusiasts may still consider it more than enough to have fun.

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8 / 10
Sep 3, 2021

WRC 10 builds on the success of its predecessor with another impressive rally sim. The handling feels excellent on the track, and speeding through all the official routes is a real thrill. Alongside its meaty Career mode is a long list of ways to play, including the 50th Anniversary cars and events, which are a great addition. It's not perfect, lacking some visual polish and locking content in unusual ways, but overall, this is another step in the right direction for KT Racing.

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8 / 10.0
Sep 3, 2021

It's hard to avoid comparisons between WRC 10 and the increasingly liberal depiction of rallying in the DIRT and Forza Horizon series, but where they've veered off in a new direction, WRC 10 remains faithful to its source material and offers a fine emulation of the World Rally Championship with a few technical niggles.

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6.5 / 10.0
Sep 5, 2021

Ultimately: does it make sense to buy WRC 10? The price is quite affordable, with its € 50 for the next-gen and Switch versions (coming in the coming months) that drop to € 40 for the PS4 and One versions, so if you are not already in possession of other similar titles and you are looking for some fun in drift it actually makes sense to jump on this new chapter of the series. The situation changes drastically if you get from WRC 9. WRC 10 is almost more of a reskin of the previous chapter that on a practical level really adds too little to distance itself from the past, with the sole exception of the 50th Anniversary mode, which is quite clear that it was the main focus of the development team during the work.

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