WRC 8 VS DiRT Rally 2.0: Which should I buy?
Two decent rally games from 2019, but what if you can only buy one? Here's a video-based look at how they compare so you can decide.
After a two-year hiatus, the WRC series is back with the eighth outing of the series. That means there are now two notable rally games available in 2019, the other being DiRT Rally 2.0 from Codemasters.
In an ideal world it would be great to buy both games as times are tough and the world needs good rally action. It's as important as oxygen. But sadly you may not have the pennies (or be allowed to spend them if you do).
And so here we are with my WRC 8 VS DiRT Rally 2.0 video, which looks at key elements of both games to see how the differ, including controller and steering wheel support, the graphics, handling and longevity. Usual stuff.
Before you disappear off to A Tribe Called Cars on YouTube to watch, I will say that both games are decent and although I have a personal favourite, the only winner that matters is the consumer because more choice is rarely a bad thing.
DiRT Rally 2.0 is available now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. WRC 8 is also available on the same systems, as well as the Nintendo Switch.