With online gaming becoming more and more prevalent, local split screen has tumbled down the list of priorities for a lot of game developers. As they work on their second entry in the series, Kylotonn Games are bringing split screen play back for WRC 6.
WRC 6 is actually shaping up really well, and we’ll have our hands on impressions from Gamescom posted some time next week, as Kylotonn work towards a tougher, more sim like handling model and draw more inspiration from the real world rally courses.
The game is out in October for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, with more features still to be announced between now and then. For now, it turns out that there’s four different sets of cover art, depending on where you are in the world.
- Citroën DS3 WRC (Abu Dhabi Total World Rally Team, Kris Meeke & Paul Nagle)
France, United-Kingdom, Middle East, Brazil
- Hyundai i20 WRC (Hyundai Motorsport, Thierry Neuville & Nicolas Gilsoul)
Benelux, Spain, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Korea
- Ford Fiesta RS WRC (M-Sport World Rally Team, Mads Østberg & Ola Fløene)
Italy, South Africa, Eastern Europe, United-States, Canada
- Volkswagen Polo R WRC (Volkswagen Motorsport, Sebastien Ogier & Julien Ingrassia)
Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Scandanavia
Source: press release