Publisher Nacon has revealed three new racing titles heading to consoles. Headlining the trio is Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown, previously announced for PC however now confirmed to be heading to consoles too. Completing the record are motorcycling title RiMS Racing and the most recent instalment within the WRC rallying franchise, WRC 10.

Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown is the primary sport within the franchise since Nacon purchased the IP from Atari. It will probably be a 1:1 scale “open world driving and lifestyle experience” set in an undisclosed real-world location. Test Drive Unlimited 2 Game Director Alain Jarniou is again within the driving seat, this time at KT Racing, and will probably be retaining the fundamental premise of the unique two video games however transforming it for a more moderen setting. Players can progress as they see match and the basic open championship idea will return. There will probably be “better than ever” customisation for automobiles and avatars, and confirmed marques embody Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Koenigsegg, Apollo, Dodge and Bugatti. The sport will probably be coming to PlayStation 5 and Playstation 4.

KT Racing can be accountable for WRC 10, which will probably be serving to the FIA World Rally Championship rejoice its 50th anniversary. A brand new restrospective mode offers gamers an opportunity to relive 19 of an important occasions within the historical past of the championship, together with six historic rallies such because the Acropolis Rally, Rallye San Remo, Germany, and Argentina. There may also be 20 legendary automobiles from marques like Alpine, Audi, Lancia, Subaru, Ford, Mitsubishi, and Toyota. The Career mode will characteristic the 52 official 2021 groups throughout the WRC, WRC2, WRC3, and Junior WRC disciplines, but when none of these swimsuit gamers then they will create their very own group with their very own livery. Four new rallies have been added in Estonia, Croatia, Belgium and Spain. Finally, the group are utilizing WRC 9 as the inspiration to enhance driving physics and immersion. The sport will probably be coming to PS5 and PS4 on September 2.

RaceWard Studio is on the helm for RiMS Racing, a motorcycling simulation that may mix racing and bike mechanics. Players will start with considered one of eight bikes from Europe or Japan, together with the MV Agusta F4 RC and Ducati Panigale V4 R. Each bike can then be customised with greater than 500 official spare elements and gamers might want to analyse their bike’s efficiency to achieve the optimum setup, together with brake disc temperature, tyre strain, suspension behaviour and electronics. Bikes will be raced on ten official circuits, similar to Silverstone Circuit, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Suzuka Circuit, Nürburgring GP Track, and Circuit Paul Ricard. There’ll even be 5 highway races by way of the United States, Norway, Australia, Spain and Italy. The title will probably be heading to PS5 and PS4 on August 19.

More info has been promised for all three titles quickly.

[Source: Nacon]