To WRC 3’s credit, it captures the spirit and technicalities of the sport well. The emphasis is ostensibly on control and adaptability, underlining real-world rally drivers’ improvisational driving skills. The selection of locations reflects the full calendar for this year’s events, and the heroes of the sport, including reigning champions Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena, lend their names to the proceedings. All the teams competing and the cars they’re using are included, plus a wealth of other vehicles available in special modes. It feels involved and accurate, and that alone can be applauded. But last year’s entry did this too, so there’s little sense of improvement.