But you listed 9 rallies that could return, so +9? Not plus 8?, hehe i dont know, im tired, but i sure hope we will get all newest epic stages from 7 to 10.We can hope we get complete rallies and not just a stage or two from each one.
I tend to agree with @er185es that it won't go back to WRC 5. In WRC 7 they dropped all stages from 5 & 6 and from then on began recycling. So I don't think it's out of the question that we could get the stages all the way back to WRC 7.
This means we could possibly see Mexico, Argentina, Poland, Germany, Corsica, Australia, Chile, Wales and Turkey return. There are twelve rallies this year so 12 + 8 = 20. Supposedly there will be 22 countries. What could the other two be? Could we see China from WRC 6? Am I missing a rally?
Another question is if they will double-up on existing rallies that have been revamped. For example, will we get the current Monte stages + the Monte stages from WRC 8?
I also hope we will be able to use any stage or rally in a custom season or rally at least.
Im running germany stage now, cool tarmac along the wall, but it is added in 10 as a single stage i think at least, from last November update.
Edit: oups, also just read the news on gtp about it, says 13 events in the year, so 13 plus 9 is 22 already.
Not finding faults, just trying figure out all we will get hehe.
Edit2: info on 10 is 120 stages, i guess plus around 15 more from updates, plus maybe count the historic ones, so 135 plus.
Then in wrc generations itt says 165 so maybe max 30 extra stages, or less.
Unless they have dlc, updates in this one too afterwards.
Still cool of course, maybe 3 stages from returning rallies, hoping it be epic with reverse, plus the special stages.
Poland was different in 7 from 8? I can't remember as i uninstalled 7.Hmmm, I'm looking forward to Rally Poland, it was great in WRC7. And Corsica from 8. And welcome back Mexico. And Australia!