Black Bean Games has decided to bring mythical cars from the Group B to its upcoming rallye game, WRC. But to drive such legends as 205 T16 or R5 Maxi Turbo, you'll have to pay 4,99 €/400MS Points to get the DLC, which will be released at the same time as the game, on October 8th. Images and press release after the click.
London August 31st 2010 – WRC, the official game of the 2010 FIA World Rally Championship, developed by Milestone and published by Black Bean Games, not only gives petrol heads and racing gamers alike the chance to compete as the stars of the WRC in all the classes and cars of the 2010 season, but also offers exclusive content to expand your garage even further.
An additional cars package features some of the most glorious and iconic models of the eighties, from the legendary Group B era. Group B cars were the dominant force in the FIA World Rally Championship between 1982 and 1987 and the add-on pack will be downloadable from October 8th 2010, the date of the game’s release.
This add-on will be available for Xbox®360 and PlayStation®3 through the Marketplace of XboxLive and Playstation®Network respectively, for 400 points and 4,99 Euros. The PC version of the game will also include this exhilarating DLC.
Discover some of the fastest, most powerful and sophisticated rally cars ever built: the Peugeot 205 T 16, Lancia Delta S4, Ford RS200, Citroën BX4 TC and Renault R5 Maxi Turbo. Each of these cars will have two different liveries, making a total of ten designs. The raw power of these beasts with the most infamous reputation in rally history will enrich the 18 official cars brought to you by Black Bean Games in the standard package:
Citroën C4 WRC
Ford Focus 09 WRC
Ford Focus 08 WRC
Subaru Impreza WRC 07
Abarth Grande Punto S2000
Ford Fiesta S2000
Škoda Fabia S2000
Peugeot 207 S2000
Subaru Impreza N4
Mitsubishi Lancer X
Mitsubishi Lancer IX
Suzuki Swift S1600
Citroën C2 S1600
Renault Clio R3
Honda Civic R3
Ford Fiesta R2
Citroen C2 R2
Suzuki Swift R2
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