Delayed four months, now aiming for a late January 2016 release, Milestone has released a brand new trailer for Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo, showcasing the Unlimited Class Pikes Peak Hill Climb cars available in the vanilla list of content. While reception to earlier trailers has been lukewarm at best, with many users noting extremely stiff, unfinished physics, the increased time spent in development appears to have paid off.
Unfortunately, two of the most desired cars from the 1980’s Pikes Peak trials, the Suzuki Escudo and the Peugeot 405 T16, are reserved for a special pre-order version of the game, one yet to appear on Valve’s popular distribution platform Steam.
Regardless, the mammoth list of Unlimited Class Hill Climb cars is much-needed a direct shot at Codemasters’ DiRT Rally. Though both games include a fairly accurate recreation of the Pikes Peak Hill Climb in Colorado, the title bearing Sebastien Loeb’s namesake appears to have a much bigger selection of cars compared to the Codemasters offering. Will this give it an edge over DiRT Rally? Only time will tell.