WRC 23 from EA and Codemasters will launch on July 28, 2023, according to reliable leaker @billbil-kun. In case you aren’t aware of them, the user has correctly leaked the PS Plus lineup for over a year now, and has also proven to be a reliable source for other gaming-related leaks.
If you haven’t been following the series, WRC 23 will be the first entry to come out of a new license between EA and WRC that was inked in 2020, and will span 2023 — 2027.
This latest WRC 23 rumour follows a report on Insider-Gaming, who were reportedly shown footage of the game but were asked not to share it publicly. According to their sources, WRC 23 will feature the ability to create your own rally car and will boast 16 individual car classes.
Meanwhile, it has also been claimed that WRC 23 is being built around the foundations of the DiRT title that was scheduled to launch this year, but was ultimately cancelled.
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WRC 23 is currently in development for PC and consoles with an official release date yet to be announced.
[Source – Billbil-kun on Twitter, Insider-Gaming]