If you’re a racing fan then there are multiple options for you to get involved in. You can go hardcore and take the wheel of Assetto Corsa or F1 2016, you can revel in the delights of the Forza Motorsport series or head off into the sunset for a good time at the Horizon festival. Or you can get down and dirty with the likes of DiRT Rally or the upcoming WRC 6…and the most recent announcements most definitely point to the latter being a bit of a big hitter.
Bigben and Kylotonn Racing Games have now proudly shown off of the most anticipated features of WRC 6 – the split screen mode. For the first time on new-gen consoles, players will be able to enjoy the most extreme rally stages in the world with a friend in local multiplayer. It promises to bring a whole new level of fun and competition to WRC 6 and will be a great moment for friends to challenge each other, fighting against the clock and obstacles to be the first to cross the finish line.
Additionally, the WRC 6 cover artwork has also been unveiled with four variations that differ between countries as follows.
Citroën DS3 WRC – Abu Dhabi Total World Rally Team – Kris Meeke & Paul Nagle
France, United-Kingdom, Middle East, Brazil
Hyundai i20 WRC – Hyundai Motorsport – Thierry Neuville & Nicolas Gilsoul
Benelux, Spain, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Korea
Volkswagen Polo R WRC – Volkswagen Motorsport – Sébastien Ogier & Julien Ingrassia
Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Scandinavia
Ford Fiesta RS WRC – M-Sport World Rally Team – Mads Østberg & Ola Fløene
Italy, South Africa, Eastern Europe, United-States, Canada
WRC 6 is the official video game of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) season and will come complete with 14 WRC events, all the official WRC drivers and teams, as well as a wide selection of WRC 2 and Junior WRC drivers when it drops onto Xbox One, PS4 and PC this October.