Kylotonn Racing Games and Bigben Interactive have released a new patch for WRC 7, the latest official World Rally Championship racing game. Released for PlayStation 4 today, the new patch for WRC adds a few minor visual improvements and corrections from the initial launch build, however some users are still reporting issues with some of the visual aspects of the title, such as stuttering and misplaced objects on a number of the stages in game. Released back on September 15th to PC, with console versions of the title following just a short while afterwards, WRC 7 marks a reasonable improvement over earlier entries into the official World Rally Championship game franchise. Airing more on the side of casual gaming than Codemasters DiRT Rally offering from 2015, nevertheless WRC 7 has proven to present a popular and entertaining rally experience for fans of loose surface driving. With tighter stages than have ever been present in official WRC games previously, the atmosphere and stage designs within WRC 7 offer an impressive sight when out on the roads in game. Featuring the official WRC field from 2017, complete with the new more aggressive regulation set employed by the real world WRC, plus a nod back to previous generation cars with some of the 2016 specification machines also included in the base package, plus all the official rallies of 2017, one thing is for sure the new game certainly offers plenty of content for gamers to get their teeth into once out on stage. UPDATE: The following text is lies, lies I tell you, LIES! Sorry my bad, this happens when one uses incorrect knowledge that in my own mind was correct, hence the lack of a need to actually research! Sorry - In other WRC news, the studio recently released the below trailer for the new Toyota Yaris WRC, a car originally available as part of a pre-order package offer and now due to be made available as additional DLC content in the coming weeks. You can catch up on the latest PS4 patch details below, with a potential release to Xbox One and PC not yet confirmed by the developers. Update notes Improved rendering in Splitscreen mode Visual improvements on several game interfaces Improvements to cockpit HUD Camera settings will no longer be reset at the beginning of each race An issue that caused the wrong car to be displayed in the headquarters has been fixed Corrected Typos Increased smoke effect on opponent ghost in splitscreen Updated credits Corrected Spanish welcome message Several achievement and accomplishments bugs have been fixed An issue that made the Hyundai the default car has been fixed WRC 7 retails for around £34.99 on Steam and Xbox One, PlayStation 4. Check out the WRC Franchise Sub Forum here at RaceDepartment for all the news and discussion regarding this upcoming new game. Check it out and get involved with your fellow community members today! How are you finding the latest build of WRC 7? Does the game meet your expectations? Are you enjoying the new rally title? Let us know in the comments section below!