‘EA Sports WRC’ Gets PC VR Support Next Week Following Season 4 Launch

Codemasters, the EA studio behind the DiRT Rally franchise, announced that its off-road racing game EA Sports WRC is set to include VR support for its PC version next week.

Update (April 26th, 2024): Codemasters announced that its planned VR mode is coming to WRC on April 30th. This will be included as a free update for all PC players who already own the game via Steam, Epic, and the EA App.

The original article announcing PC VR support for WRC follows below:

Original Article (September 6th, 2023): The game is set to land on multiple platforms on November 3rd, including PS 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via the EA App, Epic Store, and Steam, however VR support isn’t planned to be a launch day feature.

It’s not certain when the VR mode is coming to PC, although what is certain: it’s not coming to PSVR 2.

Here’s what WRC’s Steam page says:

“Exclusive to PC. Feel the pure adrenaline of rally from the driver’s seat. Coming Post-launch.”

The studio also released the game’s initial reveal trailer, showing off some of the ability to design and drive your dream rally car thanks to the inclusion of Builder mode.

Codemasters says WRC also lets you “race and overcome recent events alongside real-world highlights and nostalgic throwbacks in Moments mode, or battle the elements across dirt, snow, and asphalt in the pursuit of the perfect run.”

Check out the trailer below:

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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.roadtovr.com/dirt-rally-steam-vr-wrc-release-date/

finally… now the only thing left to do is to switch to the initially promised UE5 lol; I didn’t play this game since release when I’ve bought it in a sale, just because I can’t drive without VR anymore xD (ok, I don’t want to, results in same :wink: )

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Yeah glad I don’t own a sim platform. :laughing:

Those also make it hard to play these games after the more complete XP.

“when you once used it, you never want to go back…” so true, actually one has to say “unfortunately so true”. :grin: it’s pure fun, you should set up a rig :face_with_peeking_eye: :upside_down_face:

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Well growing up in the 80s and 90s we did have Arcades with full motion support. It is nice but they still even today take up a lot of room.

that’s true :frowning: it’s a real hassle to switch from simrig racing to roomscale VR in my room.

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