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Posted: Nov 30, 2021 @ 06:56 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:39 pm GMT-0600
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Kylotonn have released their November update for WRC 10. This update adds the 2021 Acropolis Rally that while present in the game since the launch through a historical event, brings three special stages in the 2021 version to the software. Five new events are also now available including the Richard Burns and Robert Reid victory in their Subaru Impreza WRC during the 2000 Safari Rally Kenya.

WRC 10’s Clubs have a new difficulty mode; Realistic. This mode allows you to carry over the damage inflicted on the vehicle to the next stage, to place one or more service parks (and to impose a mandatory passage to a service park in order to equip the car with appropriate tires when the road surface changes between two stages), the stages are played in one shot and cannot be replayed.

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Check out the Patch Notes below for more details about the changes across all platforms that come with the update.

All Platforms (PC+Consoles)


New 2021 Rally

EKO Acropolis Rally Greece (9 stages)

New Historical Events

Argentina 1994: Didier Auriol / Bernard Occelli – Toyota Celica Turbo 4W

Argentina 2004: Carlos Sainz / Marc Martí – Citroën Xsara WR

Deutschland 2002: Sébastien Loeb / Daniel Elena – Citroën Xsara WR

Kenya 2000: Richard Burns / Robert Reid – Subaru Impreza WR

Mexico 2016: Jari-Matti Latvala / Miikka Anttila – Volkswagen Polo


1 new Historical car has been added to the game:

Subaru Impreza WRC – 2000 (Richard Burns & Robert Reid)

Fixed Dirts on vehicles

Improved car engine sounds for the Porsche 911 & Ford Fiesta Rally 2


New Mode: Realistic Mode

In this mode, vehicle damage is carried over between stages

You can add service parks to the stage to repair your car

Certain service parks are automatically added when you change surface, while others can be added manually as desired.

If your car becomes unfit to continue during the special stage, you will be disqualified from the current event

You have only one attempt for each special stage

All Modes

You can enable a power stage, points will be added directly to the overall leaderboard and this stage will be the last of the event

You can impose a Camera View (Dynamic chase, Fixed chase, Bumper, Bonnet, Cockpit or Dash)

You can impose an Assistance (ABS+TCS, ABS or TCS) while creating an event

Livery Editor

250 new stickers have been added to the library

Fixed issues related to saving liveries

Career Mode

Fixed a crash when scrolling through the recruitable crew members

Fixed a crash when starting a Rally or Manufacturer event sometimes

Fixed a crash after being demoted to Junior and completed a Manufacturer challenge to sign a new WRC3 contract


Fixed a crash in several events (incl. Anniversary Events, Rally and Manufacturer Tryouts) in WRC3 & WRC Junior

PC Only


Added Spatialized sound option


Added option to disable Logitech and Thrustmaster API

Fixed various FFB related crash with steering wheels

Xbox Consoles Only

Fixed issue related to joining a Lobby

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