WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship

Kylotonn Racing Games, Bigben Interactive

Fair Man
OpenCritic Rating
70
Top Critic Average
15%
Critics Recommend
Based on 33 critic reviews
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WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship

Rating Summary

Based on 33 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

70

Top Critic Average

15%

Critics Recommend

Based on 33 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 3, 2017
Xbox OneSep 26, 2017
PCSep 15, 2017

Developer: Kylotonn Racing Games

Publisher: Bigben Interactive

Genres: Simulation, Racing

Take on the FIA World Rally Championship’s 13 rallies and 52 special stages, with their environments faithfully reproduced. Embody the best drivers in the Championship behind the wheels of their new, faster, more powerful, and more agile cars. Choose among cars from prestigious manufacturers such as Hyundai, Toyota, Citroën, and Ford, perfectly recreated for a realistic driving experience. 55 official teams are available, including a large selection of WRC 2 and WRC Junior drivers. The 13 Epic Stages offer an unprecedented gaming experience with special stages that last more than 15 minutes: the ultimate endurance test for both drivers and WRC fans! – New physics bring to life all the power of the WRC 2017 cars. – Completely overhauled tracks provide an ultra-realistic driving experience. – Local split screen multiplayer. – New online challenges each week.

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WRC 7 - The Official Game - M-Sport Trailer

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WRC 7 Teaser "Epic Stages"

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IGN

7.3 / 10.0
IGN

WRC 7 doesn't unseat Codemasters' Dirt 4 as this year's premier rally game, but it definitely continues Kylotonn's upward trajectory in the genre.

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WRC 7 faithfully recreates the challenges of rallying--bumps and all.

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WRC 7 offers hours of entertainmant and features all the official licenses of the champisonship. However, the game fails where its previous installments also did, like the feeling of an artificial driving and other issues. WRC still has some major aspects to improve.

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WRC 7 isn't perhaps the most exciting racing game out there, but while it lacks some of the drama of Codemasters' offerings, this is still a well put together and technically sound rally game. It's also another positive step forwards for the series, which shows that there is absolutely the potential there to turn in something special.

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