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World Rally Championship (video game series)

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The World Rally Championship game series was made by Evolution Studios. The series consisted of five games and one remake, all based on the World Rally Championship using drivers, cars and tracks from different seasons.

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World Rally Championship

World Rally Championship

Developer(s)Evolution Studios
Publisher(s)Sony Computer Entertainment
Platform(s)PlayStation 2
Release date(s)NA November 2001
Genre(s)Racing
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer
Rating(s)ESRB: Everyone
MediaDVD

World Rally Championship is a rally racing game for PlayStation 2. The game features FIA licensed cars, tracks and drivers from the 2001 season and has a career mode allowing the player to work through World Rally Championship season. The game also features damage simulation in the form of visual damage as well as performance damage if the player crashes.

WRC II Extreme

WRC II Extreme

Developer(s)Evolution Studios
Publisher(s)Sony Computer Entertainment
Platform(s)PlayStation 2
Release date(s)NA November 27, 2002
Genre(s)Racing
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer
MediaDVD

WRC II Extreme is the sequel to WRC World Rally Championship and was released in Europe and Japan on December 31, 2002. The second game contained teams, drivers, cars and rallies from the 2002 WRC season. It also includes "extreme" cars designed by the teams.

Music

The main soundtrack to WRC II Extreme was produced by the Chemical Brothers. Additionally, the tracks "Come with Us/The Test" and "Star Guitar" from the Chemical Brothers album, Come with Us (2002) were also used in the game.

WRC3

WRC3

Developer(s)Evolution Studios
Publisher(s)Sony Computer Entertainment
Platform(s)PlayStation 2
Release date(s)JP May 27, 2004
EU November 21, 2003
Genre(s)Racing
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer
MediaDVD

WRC 3 is the second sequel to WRC World Rally Championship and was released on November 21, 2003 in Europe, May 27, 2004 in Japan. The third game contained teams, drivers, cars and rallies from the 2003 WRC season. It also contained Extreme and Concept cars, designed by the teams.

WRC4

WRC4

Developer(s)Evolution Studios
Publisher(s)Sony Computer Entertainment
Platform(s)PlayStation 2
Release date(s)JP April 7, 2005
EU October 22, 2004
Genre(s)Racing
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer
MediaDVD

WRC 4 is the fourth installment of the WRC World Rally Championship series and was released on October 22, 2004 in Europe and April 7, 2005 in Japan. The fourth version of the game contains teams, drivers, cars and rallies from the 2004 WRC season. It also contained Extreme cars designed by the teams, S1600 cars and Group N4 cars.

WRC: Rally Evolved

WRC:Rally Evolved

Developer(s)Evolution Studios
Publisher(s)Sony Computer Entertainment
Platform(s)PlayStation 2
Release date(s)EU October 14, 2005[1]
Genre(s)Racing
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer
MediaDVD

WRC: Rally Evolved or WRC5 is the latest version of the series for the PS2. It was released exclusively in Europe on October 14, 2005. The game includes teams, drivers, cars and rallies from the 2005 WRC season. It also contains Extreme and Concept cars designed by the teams, S1600 cars and Group B cars from the 1980s.

World Rally Championship (PSP)

World Rally Championship (PSP)

Developer(s)Traveller's Tales, SCEE[2]
Publisher(s)Namco, Sony Computer Entertainment[2]
Platform(s)PlayStation Portable
Release date(s)EU November 1, 2005
Genre(s)Racing
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer
MediaUMD

In 2005, British game studio Traveller's Tales and SCEE developed a new WRC title for the PlayStation Portable based on WRC: Rally Evolve, which had recently been released on the PS2.[2] The PSP port was jointly released by Namco and SCE as WRC, WRC: FIA World Rally Championship and World Rally Championship in the UK, Japan and the US, respectively.[2]

Like its predecessor, World Rally Championship is based around the 2005 season and features 30 fully-deformable 2005 WRC, Evolution and Extreme spec cars.[2] In championship mode, players have the opportunity to play through the entire WRC season as any one of the 17 official 2004 registered drivers from the 6 official manufacturers, participating in 16 official rallies spanning 5 continents and 16 countries.[2] Additionally, there are 19 bonus stages and downloadable content available to users.[2] In addition to championship mode, there are also quick rally, time trial and single rally single-player game modes.[3] World Rally Championship also supports various ad hoc multiplayer modes, such as wireless time trial, turn-based time trial, turn-based single rally, and turn-based championship.[3]

However, unlike the PS2 version, the PSP remake does not include damage simulation—though visual damage to the vehicle can be seen.

WRC 2010

Black Bean Games announced that they are working on a new officially licenced WRC game, entitled WRC 2010, which will be released in 2010.[4] It is the first original game in the series not to be developed by Evolution Studios and is expected to be released on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

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