Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo is coming to PC this autumn alongside the previously announced PS4 and Xbox One versions, PQube has announced.
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VVV: "People don’t tend to have high expectations for bike games, but Ride 2 changed that with its huge selection of bikes, challenging tracks including the narrow Northwest 200 circuit and vastly improved physics that made nailing apexes fun, rewarding and addictive. Even the audio was enhanced – we never thought we would be praising the sound design in a Milestone game. There’s still room for improvement, but Milestone accomplished its mission: Ride 2 is the Gran Turismo of bike games."
VVV: "Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO is a criminally overlooked rally game. That's a shame, because it means that many won't have experienced the ambitious authenticity Milestone has managed to achieve in the special stages which sets it apart from other rally games. Spread across eight locations and 64 stages, Milestone recreated 300km of real roads using a combination of videos and GPS data collated by Loeb himself. The result is the most realistic special stages in any rally game."