The WRC saga is back with new challenges and even more content!
WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship is a racing game made by KT Racing and published by Bigben Interactive. Choose among cars from prestigious manufacturers such as Hyundai, Toyota, Citroën, and Ford, perfectly recreated for a realistic driving experience. Take on all the challenges of the 2017 World Rally Championship: the official cars and drivers, 13 countries, 52 Special Stages, every surface, more powerful cars, more demanding physics, longer races, and an eSports mode to keep you on the edge of your seat all year round. 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!
|Release Date: 15 Sep, 2017|
Developer: KT Racing
Publisher: Bigben Interactive
WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 10
- 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.
WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship Trailer
WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship Review
WRC 7 is undoubtedly 2017’s most exciting rally game, held back only by an overall experience that makes the same mistakes as its predecessor. Compared to the last year’s installment we can see improvements in all aspects. Graphics are better, penalty system is good now, nothing random will occur. But, this is still way too hard for anyone except the hardcore rally fans. It may not have the amount of depth and control as other Rally series, but it makes up for it in entertainment and fun. There’s enough modes, enough beautiful landscapes to race on and enough concentration on keeping gamer attention squarely on the road. t does suffer from a completely forgettable career mode, but at the end of the day the game was never trying to be a rally career manager. It was trying to be a rally racing game and, in that, it has succeeded with flying colors. If you’re just looking to play in the dirt, WRC 7 is an excellent experience you’ll be glad to have played.