EA Sports WRC post-launch content explained: Seasons, tracks, more

Aakash Regmi
Car flying in a snow track in EA Sports WRC

EA Sports WRC comes loaded with content out of the grid, with plenty of other positives like no in-game purchases, but what about post-launch? Here’s all that you can expect in terms of added content for EA Sports WRC.  

The WRC series has switched hands multiple times, as EA and Codemasters became the fourth holders of the license, and EA Sports WRC is their first title. Safe to say, they started with a banger with 78 cars, many fan-favorite modes, VR support, and no in-game purchases.

All of that content is good enough to keep the course running for weeks after release, and for time beyond that, Codemasters have already shared the details on post-launch plans for EA Sports WRC

So, here is all we know about post-launch support for EA Sports WRC. 

EA Sports WRC post-launch seasons & content 

The meatiest part of EA Sports WRC’s post-launch plans is seasons. While the specifics of these seasons are yet to be revealed by Codemasters, we do know the number of seasons and how long they last. 

Here is the entire schedule of seasons in EA Sports WRC for Year 1: 

  • Season 1: 7 Weeks – Starting at Launch
  • Season 2: 8 Weeks – Starting December 2023
  • Season 3: 8 Weeks – Coming in 2024
  • Season 4: 8 Weeks – Coming in 2024
  • Season 5: 8 Weeks – Coming in 2024

As for confirmed content each season, all we know is that Season 1 will add 50 new Moments (an additional seven for EA Play subscribers) and tons of new challenges

Each season will also have a Rally Pass with unique rewards and benefits. You can check out our Rally Pass breakdown, which details all that you’ll receive with the different tiers of the Rally Pass. 

Car racing through woods in EA Sports WRC
EA Sports WRC supports cross-platform multiplayer.

EA Sports WRC post-launch tracks 

So far, the only thing confirmed in terms of tracks for EA Sports WRC is the Central European Rally, which will be available for free

We also don’t know if new cars will be added post-launch. EA did say that there will be no cars gated behind Rally Pass for the initial few seasons. 

That’s all we know about what’s coming to EA Sports WRC after release in terms of tracks and seasons. We’ll update this article once more information is revealed.

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