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WRC II Extreme is the sequel to WRC World Rally Championship, in a series officially sponsored by the FIA. The game features improved graphics and visible damage to the cars. All 14 official WRC events are available to race on, from Monte Carlo to Kenya to Argentina. Over 800 kilometers of track to race on are available, from mountains to forests to snow, all created from satellite data.

There are 7 official WRC teams featuring 21 drivers, including the likes of Tommi Makinen, Richard Burns, and Carlos Sainz. Drivers and co-drivers faces have been re-created in game, using facial technology, as have the actual voices of co-drivers. Players can unlock "Extreme" bonus vehicles created by WRC designers for a look at the possible future of rally driving.


WRC II Extreme PlayStation 2 An in-car view
WRC II Extreme PlayStation 2 The main menu.
This is from a demo version where only the time trial is available
WRC II Extreme PlayStation 2 Before starting the time trial the player is treated to a video montage of rally cars while a voiceover describes the circuit. Cyprus, for example, is slower than most circuits
WRC II Extreme PlayStation 2 The end of run results. This run timed out which is why the figures don't make much sense. This is followed by an action replay

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Alternate Titles

  • "World Rally Championship II Extreme" -- Informal name

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Consoles Plus Dec, 2002 91 out of 100 91 Nov 27, 2002 89 out of 100 89 Dec 05, 2002 89 out of 100 89
games xtreme Dec 08, 2002 8.6 out of 10 86 Nov 26, 2002 17 out of 20 85
Gamesdog Sep 01, 2003 7 out of 10 70
Super Play (Sweden) Nov, 2002 5 out of 10 50


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Macintrash (2642) added WRC II Extreme (PlayStation 2) on Sep 28, 2003