EA Sports WRC Season 3 Adds New Moments, Rally Pass, Latest Patch Available Now | Push Square
12.02.2024 - 23:54
EA Sports WRC is still receiving regular updates from Codemasters, and this month it's bringing not only a new huge patch, but also the start of a new season. While the game update is available today, Season 3 is set to get underway from 13th February.
The seasonal content will include a fresh batch of Moments, doled out once per day, each with its own leaderboard of course. Beyond that, Season 3 brings a new Rally Pass, featuring both free and premium cosmetics for fans to unlock.
As for the patch, it looks like a massive one. You can see the full patch notes through the link, but the main bullets points are:
Again, there's lots more than that — it's a big one.
Are you still enjoying EA Sports WRC? Let us know in the comments section below.
Having grown up alongside PlayStation, Stephen has developed an eclectic taste in video games and a wide knowledge of the medium, from small indie gems to the biggest AAA blockbusters. Ever hopeful that the Burnout series makes a miraculous return.
It's a shame with these updates they don't keep going beyond a year as I would feel better about buying a cheaper season pass than a complete new game or buying a complete game knowing it will only last a year. E.g. I bought Tekken 8 knowing that's going to be supported for years to come and I am more likely going to be invested in the season pass content.
It’s still NOT a good game and sub par graphics. I’ve gone back to WRC generations
@Styledvinny79 i didnt mind the graphics but the career was god awful. The calendar wasnt even laid out like a calendar just a set of tabs and this is where i spend 100% of my time. For me WRC generations is the better game overall too. The stages are great in both games but the density of foliage/trees in EA was fantastic.
@Styledvinny79 yeah when it was announced that the licence was moving to Codemasters, I was thrilled as their game engine was known for great visuals and solid performance.
To then switch to UE4 with the predictable stuttering tearing mess, was odd. Amazed they didn’t stick with what they knew until they had mastered UE5 and had something ready for prime time.
I’m obviously not a developer, and I’ve no doubt a meeting occurred where various people sat around a table and discussed that decision. Would love to know the rationale at the time, who was onboard and who objected but was overruled.
Guess they thought they could make UE4 work, and discovered too late that they wouldn’t have a good product ready in time.
It’s a bad product and one people should skip.
@SgtTruth @Kidfunkadelic83 yeah it’s just plain awful. That’s why it is selling so cheap.people have argued over this but you cannot deny it. It is just awful
This is the best rally game for the casual driver.