The other big rally game is updated for 2019, and this challenging racer has a lot to offer and makes some important improvements over its predecessor.
When it comes to rally games, the first thought is usually Dirt by Codemasters. But there’s one thing that it doesn’t have, and that’s an official World Rally Championship license, which is where the aptly named WRC series from Bigben comes in.
A couple of years ago, I reviewed WRC 7 and found that it was a solid alternative to Dirt and a good experience across the board for fans of the sport. In the time since the developer has gone back to the drawing board to make WRC 8 a worthy contender to the throne for fans of racing through trees sideways. Much has been kept, but much has been made better. And now it’s more than just OK for fans of the sport.