Milestone Studios have today launched their first rally title since partnering with rally legend Sebastien Loeb, bringing the latest rally title to PC, XBOX ONE and PS4. With 2015 being dominated by hugely popular Codemasters title DiRT Rally perhaps Milestone Studios were a little nervous headlining into the launch of their first rally game since handing over the reigns to the official WRC franchise, however the studio have been working overtime to perfect the fine details needed to bring a rally experience to life and have spared no digital polygons to bring a selection of jucy rally cars past and present for fans of the sport to enjoy. Featuring 58 car models across 16 different manufacturers spanning rallying's golden years, owners of the game are sure to find a vehicle able to quench the need for speed. Iconic motors such as the Suburu Impreza driven by Scotland's Colin Mcrae can be pitched against its period rival in the form of the legendary Mitsubishi Lancer, as driven by Tommi Makkinen and Richard Burns. Fans of older machinery can treat themselves to drives in the 1971 Lancia Fulvia, Fiat 131 from '78 or such something like such classics as the Ford RS200 from 1985 amongst other great looking models. Of course with so many cars to choose from you would expect a decent amount of stage mileage to enjoy, and again the game delivers with 300 Kilometres of real road stages across 8 different rallies, 64 special stages, 5 Rallycross circuits and the Pikes Peak Hill Climb track. Only a couple of weeks ago the studio released a rather underwhelming demo for the PC version of the game, lets hope that the full release is substantially improved form that shambolic release and can provide a bit of competition to DiRT Rally in 2016. Alongside the launch and in a rather bizarre move for a game already delayed from its initial release, Milestone plan to deploy an opening day patch addressing several issues and adding support for the popular Thrustmaster T500RS wheel. I don't know if this is a good sign that the studio plan to keep the game up to date at regular intervals, or bad news that a patch is required so soon into the life of a new title... only one way to find out I suppose... Day 1 Patch changelog: Improved weight transfer for all the vehicles Improved suspensions movement for all the vehicles Improved the behavior of the dampers for all the vehicles Improved the gear ratios for all the vehicles Improved the mapping of the engine for the Fiat Abarth Grande Punto S2000 Improved the mapping of the engine for the Peugeot 205 T16 Pikes Peak Improved the mapping of the engine for the Peugeot 208 Pikes Peak Improved the grip for all the Pikes Peak cars Improved of the aerodynamics simulation for all the vehicles Added the Thrustmaster T500RS support for the Playstation®4 Improved the differential for all the vehicles Improved the setups of all the vehicles for all the different terrains topology Improved the Pikes Peak cars performance Improved the handling for all the vehicles Improved AI performance Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO is available to purchase for: Windows PC Xbox One PlayStation 4 Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO Mods We have created a modding folder to show off your skills and share your modding work with the rest of the community. Have you tried the new game yet? What platform are you using? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!