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WRC 2016 announced for PS4, Xbox One and PC

Big Ben and Kylotonn Racing Games have announced World Rally Championship 2016, the latest game in the popular franchise.

Set to release this Autumn for PS4, Xbox One and PC, the game will take players to “new levels of realism and excitement.”

“We spent the last 8 months, since the release of WRC 5, collecting and studying all the feedback from the community to improve the experience and take it to a new level” says Alain Jarniou, Game Director at Kylotonn.”

“The experience gained from WRC 5 helped the team to completely understand the expectations of racing fans when it comes to rallying. Roads were too wide in WRC 5? They will be narrower and more bumpy in WRC 6. Stages were sometimes too short? We created new longer stages and reworked everything to make them longer and more challenging.”

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WRC 2016 will have a significant presence at E3 this year, where more details are to be revealed and players can go hands-on with the game.

You can check out some newly released screenshots below, which look real pretty.

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