Sébastien Loeb Rally EVO is an all-new off-road competitive racing experience from the most successful driver in WRC history: Sébastien Loeb. It is also the first rally racing game for the new generation consoles. Drive iconic rally cars from past and present and take part in famous rallies and off-road events from around the world. Learn the rally techniques that made Sébastien Loeb the champion he is today and become the new off-road star.
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Race in the most important rallies and racing circuits in the world using iconic cars with realistic physics, weather and lighting
Variety of Tracks & Vehicles:
Over 300 km of real-world tracks fully reproduced 1:1 for the most authentic simulated racing experience
8 rallies, 64 stages and 5 rallycrosses
Over 16 car manufacturers with 60+ vehicle models
Various Game Modes:
Sébastien Loeb Experience: Exclusive story-game mode where players will drive in the suit of the champion himself and drive in races across the span of his entire career
Online Multiplayer: Up to 16 People
Day 1 Edition Content Details*:
Suzuki Escudo PP and Peugeot 405 T16 PP
Legendary Pikes Peak track '88 : The famous Colorado point-to-point hill climb challenge, the hardest test of uphill endurance and speed to celebrate the fastest in the world
*Day 1 Edition package will include an insert with the unlock token for the content.
Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO is rated
2.3 out of
Rated 4 out of
Not gran turismoI've seen a lot of hate for this game and I don't get it. First off it plays well. Next, the sound isn't the same as dirt rally because this game is going for more realistic compared to being the driver. Watch a rally stage from inside the car and the audio sounds the same as the game. Things are muffled a bit because you're wearing a helmet with a headset inside for the co-driver. This is very close to playing richard burns rally if richard burns rally was made with normal game controllers in mind and not racing wheels. It's not super easy. The rewind feature is in it like most racing games, because there's no point to having racing games with long races. It's a game, not reality. This isn't old gran turismo with races lasting hours. You earn money, and can buy whatever you want. Don't go straight for the lancia delta. That thing is a beast to control and for good reason. It has more horse power than others like it and also lighter than others like it. Obviously it's gonna be crazy to handle. I will say I couldn't get left foot braking to work in this game though. Some drivers use it a lot in real life such as richard burns did, but most go for the traditional right foot for everything driving. The purpose of left foot breaking was to press the brake with the left foot, press the gas pedal with the right foot and then let go of the brake pedal. That causes the car to instantly oversteer which is a good way to start a drift which is used to maintain speed while also turning. I'm assuming most racing games don't have that as possible because it's more work and teenagers are already terrible drivers, they don't want to make things even worse on the roads.
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 2 out of
Save your $$$, Wait 2 weeks for Dirt RallyThis game has last-gen graphics and the driving mechanics are difficult even with all assists turned on. This may appeal to hardcore racing fans, but if you want to have fun and at least be competitive, stay away from this game. Wait until April 5th and pick up Dirt Rally, which will likely have TRUE assist differential like the previous Dirt games. My disappointment in this game was evident in under 1 hour. Truly a "regret buy".