V-Rally 4 won’t just be limited to standard racing and in amongst the many disciplines that it’ll include will be both Rally and Hillclimb – and today the latest trailer for the game focuses on both of those.

Bigben and Kylotonn Racing Games have today dropped a brand new trailer for V-Rally 4, and this one shows off just two of the five featured racing disciplines that will be in place when V-Rally 4 drops on to Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Giving you a real feel of the tension a driver experiences when behind the wheel of a race car, the video shows off the phenomenal power and endurance that lie in store when you decide to take on a mountain in the Hillclimb challenges. With 1000 horsepower under your foot, you’ll find yourself steering through tracks running along cliff faces, which are as dangerous as the scenery is amazing.

Whether you’re in a modern or historical car, taking in the courses of Africa, Siberia, or the American desert, V-Rally 4 will bring events that are serious technical challenges to all – ones that only the most expert of racers can hope to win.

Of course, it’s not just about the Hillclimb though and further event types will include:

  • Extreme-Khana: here you must master drifting as you combine speed and precision in trap-packed courses.
  • V-Rally Cross: confront seven opponents who are hell-bent on making you bite the dust on dirt/asphalt tracks.
  • Buggy: your all-terrain vehicle promises to be a unique experience on these particularly rugged tracks.

Each discipline will deliver a totally unique driving experience from the next and will ensure that every single racing fans’ skills are put to the ultimate test, force them to learn new techniques even if they didn’t want to. This versatility will be of great use in V-Rally 4’s Career Mode, which lies at the heart of the game’s experience and takes drivers on an action-packed trip around the world.

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V-Rally 4 will be available in September 2018 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. It’ll then arrive on Nintendo Switch at a later date.


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