Delayed for a sizable chunk of time due to concerns over quality and polish, Milestone’s newest rally simulator bearing Sebastien Loeb’s namesake is a whopping $100 Canadian Dollars for the Special Edition package. Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo saw a worldwide release today on PC, and my own personal excitement for the title has completely derailed upon seeing the ridiculous price Milestone is asking. Charging $8 per car and a crazy $72 for the base game, I’m completely aware that our Canadian dollar isn’t doing too well and our new Prime Minister sits like a pansy, but this is a bit excessive.
Our review will most likely go live within the next week after I’ve played through a satisfactory portion of the game, and as a large group of sim racers will be holding off on this title due to the tendency for Milestone to release sub-par racing games, I’d like your input for the upcoming review. If there’s something you want to know about this game before buying it, let me know in the comments section below, and I’ll try to address it in the review next week. With some already growing tired of DiRT Rally due to the lack of stages, and a huge list of content inside the Sebastien Loeb game, making the transition to the other modern rally sim on the market isn’t exactly an easy decision when the Milestone logo is on the package.