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EA have previewed EA Sports WRC again with a second deep-dive video that details the modes and gameplay options. Honestly, this looks really good.

– Quick play solo and multiplayer (with 32 players) is where you setup custom events.
– Club mode is where you can setup a series of events that can span months.
– Championship mode is a single WRC, WRC 2 or WRC Junior season as a real driver.
– Career mode is a full WRC experience starting with your own team.
– You can begin career mode in WRC Junior, WRC 2 or WRC.
– Funding will be given with goals for you to meet across rallies and the whole season.
– You can hire a teammate, staff, acquire new cars.
– ‘Build your car’ allows you to design and develop your own car starting off with the car class, engine position, differential, radiator, clutches, gearboxes and more.
– ‘Build your car’ allows you to also fully customize the interior and exterior of the car.
– ‘Moments’ confirmed to include many historic WRC moments for you to re-enact.
– ‘Regularity Rally’ is a new game mode that tasks you with maintaining an average speed, rather than fastest possible.
– Rally school mentioned but nothing too deep other than saying you can complete it in different weather.
– It will have esports.

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