Dirt Rally 2.0 Announced Promising New Vehicles and Better Tracks

Codemasters has today announced Dirt Rally 2.0, a new entry in their series, a spin-off from their Colin McRae Dirt games. In a report from VG247, the developers promise the addition of long-requested off-road vehicles and six locations, including Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Spain, Poland and the US.

The Dirt Rally series is the official game of the FIA World Rallycross championship and includes cars and recreated tracks from the competition. This time around, again as reported by VG247, the tracks will be hand-crafted rather than procedurally generated.

The complete list of features, per the game’s website, include:

• OVER 50 OF THE MOST POWERFUL OFF-ROAD CARS EVER BUILT – Tear through environments with an iconic roster of historic and modern-day rally cars, VW Polo GTI R5, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X & Citroen C3 R5. Also take on the challenging power of the Chevrolet Camaro GTR.4.

• 6 REAL LIFE RALLY LOCATIONS –Take the wheel through the stunning environments of New Zealand, Argentina, Spain, Poland, Australia and the USA.

• FEEL YOUR RACE – Improved handling, surfaces, fallibility and environments deliver the most authentic and focused off-road experience ever.

• THE OFFICIAL GAME OF THE FIA WORLD RALLYCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP – Race at Barcelona, Montalegre, Mettet, Lohéac Bretagne, Trois-Rivieres, Hell, Holjes and Silverstone in a multitude of different series.

• DEVELOP YOUR OWN TEAM – Create a team, hire your staff and expand your garage of vehicles as you choose.

• TUNING – Tune your vehicle to suit your driving style and environmental characteristics. Alleviate wear and tear by configuring each car’s set-up, and upgrade your parts to ensure your vehicles are ready for whatever challenge lies ahead.

• GET COMPETITIVE – Race the entire DiRT Community in Daily, Weekly and Monthly Challenges, with worldwide leaderboards and events.

Along with the announcement, they released the trailer above and revealed the release date of the 26th February 2019.

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