A new WRC 10 video celebrates custom community liveries, including the winners of a recent competition to design the best new paint scheme. And they’re just some of the 30,000 examples created so far by players since the game launched in September 2021.
The competition was won by Franjo, who created a detailed and complex livery which integrates pace notes and a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the World Rally Championship in 2022.
KT Racing Game Director Alain Jarnou said: “Congratulations to all the participants and in particular Franjo for their work & creativity! Franjo designed not only a complex livery but a balanced one too. The new Livery Editor for WRC 10 is a bet we made for the official game of the World Rally Championship and our players show us every day that it is a winning bet.”
For their efforts, Franjo wins a copy of the World Rally Guide signed by Sebastien Loeb, a limited edition WRC 10 poster, and codes for the Subaru Impreza WRC 1997 and 1998 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO V DLCs. Along with the envy of those of us who struggle to create paints for our cars.
The runner-up in the design competition was someone not used to finishing second, in the shape of three-time and reining eSports WRC World Champion Nexl. The top five spots were rounded out by Noel, DIoxZy and Kai Schröder.
WRC 10 is available for the PC via the Steam and Epic Games Stores. It’s also available via the Microsoft Store for Xbox consoles, the PlayStation Store for PS4 and PS5, and the Nintendo eShop for the Switch at a later date. Or you can order physical copies via Game or Amazon.