Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo Gets New Release Date, Coming to PS4 & Xbox One in January


It’s been a while since we’ve heard about Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo, the new rally game currently in development by Italian developer, Milestone. As announced back in June, the game was originally set to be released this month, but the date has now been pushed back to January 29th, 2016, for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


“Sébastien Loeb Rally EVO is the biggest project ever made by Milestone since now. We’ve decided to postpone it to focus more on the title development. This release date change will offer to the players a rally simulation that represents a higher quality on the videogame experience”, said Milestone Vice President Luisa Bixio.


Milestone has also published a new trailer for the game, highlighting its diversity of cars and features. The game now boasts 60 rally cars, 300km of tracks, a basic livery editor, and 15 different game modes, including RallyCross.

Check out the official discussion thread here in our forums for more. We’ll be covering the game in more detail as it gets closer to release.

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Comments (13)

  1. markituh121

    Idk, the game doesn’t look bad, but it’s trying to pull a GT on us with all those exciting post-production sounds. The handling also seems to be on rails? Idk… But one thing is for sure, this has been the year for rally games. Just a shame that DiRT Rally set the bar so high.

  2. TomBrady

    Too bad it’ll be delayed in North America for so long it’ll no longer be relevant. And I really would love to buy it but I’m not spending an extra $10-20 to get it from the UK or somewhere in europe.

    Bandai needs to get their s#$% together and stop delaying our version of the game. It’s inexcusable. They’re a huge publisher. They can afford to release it in NA. At least digitally

    1. cfc

      I tried WRC 5 – after 10min uninstall – in 2015 you expecting more than just horrible driving.CMR 2.0 still holds for me
      I wouldnt recomend WRC 5 to my enemy in fact

  3. hobbsy

    The very fact that Milestone are behind this game does not fill me with confidence that a) it will be finished or polished at launch. b) it will be supported properly after launch. And c) that they delivery on any promised DLC efficiently.

    But, for their sake I hope they prove me wrong. Best of luck to them, but I will not be buying until at least a month or two post launch.

  4. Tenacious D

    This is beginning to look like a serious rally game, might actually pick this one up. And I hope that Kaz has taken notice of all these games offering a Livery Editor…

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