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EA SPORTS yesterday released the first in two announced deep dive videos for its highly anticipated EA SPORTS WRC, their first licensed FIA World Rally Championship game scheduled for release on November 3 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via EA App, Epic Store, and Steam.

The video (below) covers gameplay and handling, technical advancements in using the Unreal Engine that allows for much longer 30km+ stages and a total of 600km roads. WRC boasts more than 200 stages across 17 real-world WRC locations that will allow users to enter rallies across Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter, each with its unique challenges. There’s only one questionable piece of footage in the video where the BMW E30 physics look a bit odd 46 seconds in… Other than that, this looks very solid so far!

A second deep dive video will be released next week and will focus on Career, Vehicle Builder, Moments, Rally School, and Clubs.

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