Watch this trailer and learn everything about WRC 7’s in-game physics

WRC 7 is heading to console and PC next month and Bigben and Kylotonn are keen to give you the low-down.

The trailer above features the developers’ notes on real-world physics of cars and driving. The developers even got advice from professional drivers to help make the driving in-game feel as realistic as possible. WRC 7 was built with the help of Rui Soares, an engineer for WRC and he shares his thoughts on the in-game driving.

A completely reworked physics engine and a huge range of fine-tuning options combine to create the ultimate rally experience. Players will be able to test drive the new physics when WRC 7 launches next month.

WRC 7 will be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 6, 2017.

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