WRC 3 Update: Vodafone Rally De Portugal Gameplay


Milestone keeps the good times rolling with this latest work in-progress trailer. I’m liking what I see here a lot, but as always, the proof is in the playing. Still, the developer has a decent track record with a nice lineup of racing games for different platforms, so my fingers are crossed that they go the extra mile in doing the WRC license justice. I’ll probably go for the PS3 and Vita versions, as it’ll be fun to compare the two in terms of features and see how much the dev team has managed to fit onto a Vita card. OK, it’s getting late and I’m running out of gas in terms of the auto-related puns. Back with more on this one as new footage magically appears on the internet…

1 thought on “WRC 3 Update: Vodafone Rally De Portugal Gameplay

  1. It’s been a while but I use to play rally games a lot. I really enjoyed playing hot-seat with a few buddies. WRC and the Colin McRae franchise were my favorites.
    The problem with Rally Video Games (and it’s not really a problem) it that they’ve been done so very well for so many years that not much has changed. The physics have always been great and even going many many years back that graphics have also been great. And I guess being a gamer first and not really a Rally fan I’ve had to take a break for a while.
    Watching your video brought back some good memories! Maybe it’s time again 🙂
    I haven’t played a Rally game since the first Colin McRae Dirt; which I loved. And since then the last racing game I really got into was GRID. It was a nice blend between simulator and arcade.


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