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Posted: Jan 6, 2022 @ 12:02 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:46 pm GMT-0600
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Kylotonn today released their January update for WRC 10. This is earlier in the month than most people expected, so that’s nice, but it does bring quite a lot of disappointment…

Sadly the roadmap-promised “Online Multiplayer Championship” that was added in this update is nothing more than a renamed “eSports WRC Championship”, so those of you who were expecting to be able to setup an online competitions where you and others could compete in the same way DiRT Rally 2.0 supports are not going to like this one. I’m sad about this because, honestly, what else does “online multiplayer championship” sound like when you have terms like eSports available to use instead? Sigh. Check out the eSports Web site here, if interested.

All Platforms (PC+Consoles)

Online Multiplayer Championship Mode

The esports WRC Championship will be available from January to August 2022

NEW: Teams Online

In the Teams Online Mode, a player can only join or create a Team. To create a team you need to be at least Level 5.

Each week, Teams are competing on a special challenge set up by the game

Only a certain number of players from each Teams score points for the challenge, the number of players is set up in the challenge

At the end of each week, points are distributed to the Teams according to the ranking of their legitimate leaderboard players

Each seasons are 4 weeks long (and therefore are made of 4 challenges)

Anniversary Mode

The reference timing has been revised to make the events more accessible

Spectator Mode

Custom liveries from other players are now visible in Spectator Mode

Livery Editor

Logos from certain esports Team of the 2021 esports WRC Championship have been added in the Livery Editor (esports section


Fixed an issue in all rallies as some cars were sometimes not aligned with the starting line


Fixed several Localization issues

PC only

Controllers & Peripherals

Fixed icons and prompts on the Thrustmaster T80

The Haptic Feedback from the DualSense PS5 controller is now supported on PC*Note: The Adaptive Triggers are not supported


Fixed the position of the Ford Fiesta 2017’s exhaust flame

Fixed a missing texture on the door of several cars

Xbox Series Only

Fixed Localization issues in Online Lobby

Xbox Series, Xbox One & PlayStation 4 Only

Fixed an issue when completing a season in Career mode

PlayStation 5 Only

Fixed a crash when joining a co-driver lobby

PlayStation consoles Only

Fixed loading issues after creating a full Multiplayer Lobby

Fixed an issue after deploying a PS4 build on PS5

Added Hori steering wheel support for PS4 and PS5

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