Well, the trailer said it all, Milestone doesnt even need to show us some gameplay, its enough they inform us with "WRC", "2", like they are back with another "blow-you-away" racing title XD What a pile of loosers...
wrc was the best racing/rally game of the last year, throw a logitech g25 with a wheelstand pro in the mix and it was a stunning drive.
sure graphics and sound could be better but the driving physics when using a wheel are perfect, its not an arcade racer if u want that go with dirt3.
im looking forward wrc-2
WRC has to be the poorest game I have ever had the miss pleasure of playing. Mile Stone & Black Bean should hold their heads down in shame for making such a poor rallying game when they have full accesses to all what is WRC, car handling unrealalistick maybe they should actually go have a drive in a rally car to see what it handles like and maybe take on some drivers from the WRC to develop it or take the learning’s of Richard Burns Rally, Black Bean did make the best rally game of all time what are they playing at and finally why would you make up tracks when you have full accesses to all the stages on the WRC, I do not want to play fairy tell stages, I want to live and breathe the real stages.
If the presentation in Greece was anything to go by which was truly shocking from its lack of passion for WRC which it has to be said do you not need some people in your team who have a passion for rally to be making this game and maybe do some preparation before your presentation instead of bumbling along trying to do it off the cuff, if you had passion and confidence for your product it would shine through.
Can Mile Stone & Black Bean pull off a miracle with a truly stunning rally game? I would not put any money on it.
The 2011 edition of the official WRC videogame will feature all rallies of the 2011 World Rally Championship calendar with all the leading WRC team and drivers.
WRC 2 -- the Official Game will feature significantly more content than its predecessor with 90 stages, 15 different locations, 25 different terrain/ weather conditions and 9 car categories. Cars will range from the 1960s to the WRC models of the current Championship and the game contains new Game Modes, a 16-player online mode, a completely revamped Career Mode and many other improvements from last year in terms of contents, gameplay features and visual effects.
The sequel to the popular WRC title is currently being developed by Milestone and will be published exclusively by Black Bean Games for PlayStation®3, Xbox360™ and PC.
wow, thats clever O_o
I know for a fact that all I'm going to be playing is FM4, and I bet it will be most most played game ever, after GT4 and FM3 (constant year for each)
I think I will try this, but when you think about it, do you think it will beat RBR after the performance of WRC 1 the game?