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Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo PC Demo Now Available, Has Different Features from Console Demo
PQube and Milestone announced today that the PC demo for Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo is now available on Steam.
The demo for the PC version of the game was largely up in the air, despite the release of earlier demos for the console versions of the game. Now, PC gamers can also get a glimpse of what’s on offer when the title officially releases on January 29.
Interestingly, the PC demo features a completely different Track and vehicles than the ones that were made available in the demo released during Christmas for the console versions.
The track you’ll be able to try out in the PC demo is Montecarlo – Sisteron. You’ll have three vehicles you can test out on the track: Mini Cooper S (70s), Peugeot R5, and the Polo Rally Car.
The console demo of the game featured the Toyota Celica, Fiat 500 Abarth, and Citroen DS3 cars, which were drivable on the Sanremo – San Romolo track.
The game modes remain largely the same as the ones available on the console demo of the rally sim.
You’ll have the conventional Rally Single Stage, and the Playground Time Attack and Challenge Time Attack modes. The latter modes will allow players to test the reactions of your vehicle on different surfaces like asphalt and dirt road.
Those who have already tried the console demo and also own a PC will have the privilege of extensively testing the game on multiple tracks and multiple cars.
Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo releases on January 29 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.