Codemasters Announced DIRT 5 For Next Gen

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Codemasters has announced that the next generation of racing with DIRT5. Launching in October 2020 on Xbox Series X, Playstation 5 and Windows (via Steam) as well as current-gen consoles it will be fully optimised for each platform. It has also been announced that we will see DIRT5 come to Google Stadia early 2021.

Due to the optimisation we are expecting big things! Codemasters say that this will provide a new heart-pounding off-road driving experience set against some amazing backdrops and epic visuals.

“As a studio, we are big fans of DiRT 2 and 3. This game is our homage: a bigger, amplified DIRT off-road experience in a setting that is alive, challenging and fun,” said Robert Karp, DIRT 5 Development Director at Codemasters. “Whether you want to compete against the AI on some of the world’s most challenging environments or play a four-player split-screen game with your friends, DIRT 5 has you covered”

DIRT 5 will take you on a global journey across some amazing settings and players will have a full-on in your face driving experience. Players will be racing in a wide range of classes from buggies, rocks bouncers to modern rally cars. Not only that but it brings back split-screen for up to four players, with a full list of game modes to be announced soon as well.

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