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  1. Handling of RWD Cars - WRC 10 vs. DiRT Rally 2.0
  2. These are two variations of the stunning Skoda Fabia R5 Evo driven by my mate C. Ingram, co-driven by R. Whittock: 1. Chris' generic TokSport Skoda Fabia R5 Evo 2. Chris' Skoda Fabia R5 Evo from the WRC EKO Acropolis Rally Greece 2021, where he finished 2nd in the WRC3 category. >>> Download Link <<<
  3. This is the Skoda Fabia R5 Evo driven by PJM Cracco, co-driven by J. Vermeulen, during the WRC Ypres Rally Belgium 2021. They were victorious in the WRC3 category >>> Download Link <<<
  4. Thanks, mate! Appreciate the compliment. And I think it's a wise decision to hold off on buying WRC10 and perhaps pick it up during the sales in a couple of months, if you're still on the fence about it.
  5. For those that are interested in my first impressions of WRC10, I was finally able to finish the video and upload it to YouTube. Quite a lot of work it was, to be honest. There are also a couple of comparisons with DR2.0 in there for good measure. I hope those that watch it, will enjoy it.
  6. @MartijnvanHoek, it's been a while! Read your posts from years ago and I do believe we should bring to topic up again! I'm really intrigued by your very very very very detailed idea. A pacenote mode would be great and I've made a suggestion years ago to combine that with a recce mode, like you said in the comments. There are a few other things I'd love to see added, like more co-driver option like Dutch (maybe something you can help them out with as well...) or Portuguese for @TheFlyingTuga. And I would really like them to open up the modding possibilities as well. Having said
  7. @PJTierney the Greek stages in DR2.0, might they be sections of the Gravia stage they are running today in the WRC Acropolis Rally? I'm watching WRC+ and I recognise quite a few sections on their onboards.
  8. On a completely different note... Cheaters/hackers found there way into WRC10. And it didn't take them very long, did it? 🤣
  9. @PJTierney, I just checked out my hunch when it comes to the posts where you seem to italicise certain words. The community managers on this forum have always been a tad bit crafty or sneaky at times regarding hints. I went back 30 pages and wrote down all of them underneath one another just to see if anything makes sense. Apart from a few normal words, 90% of them are titles from games. Tried out different things but I didn't manage to pick up on anything. My investigative journalism skills aren't all that well-developed yet. And now that you have confirmed there's nothing t
  10. That does make sense. Thanks for that. Quick follow-up though... Why did you write the word 'done' in cursive? Is that your new way of dropping hints or something? I've noticed it in a few posts here and there...
  11. Wow! This escalated slightly more than I expected... 😅 When it comes to different rally titles. I think it's perfectly fine to like multiple ones. I know DR2.0 has its flaws and isn't holy in any way, shape or form. I've criticised the aspects where it has faltered. WRC10 has a lot of flaws as well but if you dig deep, there is a solid rally game in there. It's just unfortunate that there's such a huge layer of things that aren't optimised very well or lack a certain level of quality people have come to expect. I'm having fun if the graphics don't act up too much and I drive
  12. I'll just correct one thing... The locations in WRC10 either have 1 long stage that can be run in reverse which has been cut into two and reversed to make up the remaining stages (you also have a SSS which is nice) or they have 1 extremely long stage that can be run in reverse which has been cut into three parts and reversed to make up the remaining stages (with the additional SSS). The shakedown each location has is a shorter section of one of the short stages. I'll look up the article that mentioned the DLC after dinner. EDIT: Can't find the article anymore unfortunately. Didn't
  13. Completely agree! I've got 1070.2 hours of gameplay on the clock. And I haven't actually played in the last 8 or 9 months either. The last time I actually drove for a while was when I competed in the semi finals last December. After that, I was completely burnt out because of all the time and hard work I put into those four months prior. A week and a half prior to the quarter and semi finals, I was practising and setting up the car for 8 hours per day on average. It just became too much physically and mentally. Now, I only run it when I need to check out a W.I.P. design, to see if e
  14. I'll just copy what I said to someone on the WRCTheGame subreddit (took me while to write it down and don't want to adjust the whole thing so it fits here): When it comes to the economic model, I do have to disagree. I know many people hate the way they went about it. They mentioning the things you said (releasing half of a game and selling old content in as DLC that should've been in the game from launch). However, I don't think that's entirely fair. Again, you can disagree with me if you want, that's fine, but I'll explain why I don't follow that logic as it were. Firstly, I'll foc
  15. So am I! Can't wait for it. If the team takes a similar development approach like they did for DiRT Rally, DiRT Rally 2.0 and perhaps a future DiRT Rally 3 (still crossing my fingers, touching wood and all that), and EA doesn't interfere too much (also crossing my fingers and touching wood just in case), then I'm fully convinced that we are going to be blown away by what they manage to put together. I don't want to put any unnecessary pressure on the lads and ladies on the team though. I have faith in your skills and professionalism.
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