The DiRT Show live – DiRT Rally 2.0- 3 New Cars – 3 New Locations

The DiRT Show live – DiRT Rally 2.0 – 3 New Cars And 3 New Locations

In this latest episode of the DiRT Show live stream, Codemasters community manager Christina, Chief Games Designer Ross Gowing and Rally Consultant Jon Armstrong take us on a Christmassy tour of some of the new content and features in DiRT Rally 2.0.

During the stream, they announce some interesting new content for DiRT Rally 2.0 in the form of the Porsche 911, the Peugeot 208 R5, and the Renault Megane RX. Besides thee exiting cars, Codemasters also revealed some new locations including the Spain Rally,  The Poland Rally, and the Silverstone RallyCross track.

The included Classic Rally Car trailer also shows a first look at DiRT Rally 2.0’s stage degradation feature in action. Stage degradation replicates the way surfaces evolve throughout the course of a rally event.

If you start first on the road you’re going to suffer from a lot of loose gravel, which means you’ll struggle for traction – and that makes it hard to put in a flowing stage with a good stage time,’ said Codemasters’ Rally Consultant Jon Armstrong. The optimal runtime is probably around 5th – 10th place because you get that loose surface material swept off, but it’s not too rough that it ruins your car or your rhythm.


The further down the running order you are from there, the more the surface is going to plow and rut, so you need to adjust your driving style and even your vehicle setup to cope with the evolving track. Even though you can drive down the same stage a thousand times, these stages are going to present a different challenge every time.

The official game of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy, DiRT Rally 2.0™ will launch on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X and Windows PC (DVD and via Steam) on Tuesday 26th February 2019. Players who pre-order the Deluxe Edition will have early access to the game on 22nd February and will also receive the first two seasons of post-release content once available.

Deluxe Edition players will be able to gain access to the game four days earlier on February 22, 2019. The preorder DiRT Rally 2.0 is already available on the Steam network for 54,99€, while the pre-order DiRT Rally 2.0 Deluxe Edition can be purchased for 74,99€.

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