Feature-wise, WTC builds on the standards set by TOCA and TOCA 2. You choose from more than 40 brand-name vehicles, all with accurate detailing, realistic physics, and multiple levels of car damage. In previous years, the car-damage model only provided for broken windshields or bent fenders. This time around, prepare to lose your hood, your windows, and various other parts as your car slowly disintegrates from the punishment the 23 real-world tracks and brutal computer opponents dole out. Laguna Seca, Hockenheim, Vancouver, and Adelaide are just a few of the many tracks available in the game, and thanks to a refined graphics engine, all of these sparkle with the same splendor their real-world counterparts do.
Do you want options? Codemasters wants you to have options. Thanks to the presence of free-play, time-trial, and championship modes, as well as the total control it gives you over every aspect of car makeup, WTC exudes a level of detail and realism in keeping with the expectations of today's simulation fan. On the other side of the coin, fans of arcade-style racing will be able to adjust the realism level so that nothing stands between them, the course, and 11 other opponents. Furthermore, up to four players will have the ability to join in the vehicular chaos.