Tested insider Tom Henderson, in his Insider Gaming portal, told us what to expect from the upcoming codemasters-based Rolling Simulator for the FIA World Rally Championship Championship.
It was known that the British studio would be producing the WRC series from 2023 to 2027 since the summer before last, but the details of the company were slow to share.
According to Henderson's informants, the first WRC-licensed Codemasters game will offer 16 individual classes, including WRC and WRC 2, as well as an opportunity to build its own rallium machine.
Literally all aspects of the car are supposed to make it possible to create it from scratch.
The engine, the differential, the gearbox, the suspension, the brakes, and so on, the prices will depend on the weariness of the spare parts.
WRC 23 is assumed to be based on the cancelled portion of the DiRT series that was to be released in the coming years, the idea being to save time and money on the similarities of both projects.
==Career==The first WRC from Codemasters is expected to premiere from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024, and according to the terms of the contract, the British studio will release WRC games on PCs, consoles and mobile devices.