Tag: Dirt

  • News DiRT Rally 2.0 Season One Starts on 12th March, Adds New Cars and Locations

    Put your foot down

    Codemasters has released new details on the first season of DLC for its excellent offroad racer, DiRT Rally 2.0. Beginning later this month, Season One promises a decent amount of new content, including cars, rally events, and more. It all gets started on 12th March, when players with access to the Deluxe Edition content will get...

  • Guide DiRT Rally 2.0 - Full Car List

    All vehicles in DiRT Rally 2.0

    Which rally and Rallycross cars are in DiRT Rally 2.0? As with any decent racing game, the latest rally sim from Codemasters is full of vehicles to choose from, with 51 in total on day one. The publisher has already confirmed that more will come in at least two seasons of DLC, so expect that number to grow in the...

  • Guide DiRT Rally 2.0 - Tips and Tricks for Beginners

    Driving test

    Codemasters' DiRT Rally 2.0 has just arrived, and you may have heard that it's pretty darn good. This rally simulation racer has quickly become one of our favourite PS4 racing games, thanks to its superb handling model and various gameplay tweaks giving it the edge over its predecessor. However, you also may have heard that this is one...

  • News DiRT Rally 2.0 PS4 Trophies May Drive You Round the Bend

    Muck in

    The trophy list for DiRT Rally 2.0 has been released, and it doesn't look too bad. However, when you remember that this is a sequel to Codemasters' challenging rally sim, that Platinum may seem a little further out of reach. Generally speaking, the 51-strong trophy list isn't anything out of the ordinary. You'll need to compete in all event...

  • News Codemasters Shows Off Iconic Cars in New DiRT Rally 2.0 Trailer

    Vroom vroom

    In case you'd forgotten, there's a sequel to DiRT Rally coming in just a couple of months. Codies is currently gearing up for the 26th February launch of DiRT Rally 2.0, and it's just released a new trailer for the mucky simulation racer. The video takes us through the decades, showing off four vehicles that are emblematic of the sport...

  • News DiRT Rally 2.0 Halloween Trailer Takes You for a Haunting Drive in the Dark

    Don't cut

    It's always nice to see developers getting into the holiday spirit, and this year, Halloween is inspiring the game industry. This new trailer for DiRT Rally 2.0 might not show off any new vehicles or locations, but it's suitably spooky. It's cut like a cheesy 80s horror flick, with silly text and haunting sounds. It's just a bit of fun,...

  • News DiRT Rally 2.0 Announced, Races to PS4 in February

    Should be rally good

    Just like that, DiRT Rally 2.0 has been announced for PlayStation 4, as became obvious yesterday. This is a direct follow up to the more simulation-focused offshoot of the DiRT series. It'll feature locations like New Zealand, Argentina, Spain, Poland, Australia, and the USA, and it sounds just as hardcore as the first game. As...

  • News Codemasters Gears Up for DiRT Related Announcement Tomorrow

    DiRT Rally 2 confirmed?

    Remember yesterday when several Twitter accounts related to Codemasters' DiRT series sent out the same "2.0" tweet at the same time? Well, turns out a new game in the rally racing franchise really is on the way. We're due an announcement tomorrow, according to the below tweet. This seemingly confirms the suspicion that...

  • News DiRT 4 Gets Muddy on PS4 in June 2017

    Where's Christina Aguilera when you need her?

    Oh, this is an unexpected surprise: DiRT 4 is coming to the PlayStation 4 this coming June. The sequel – which aims to blend the hardcore simulation of last year's DiRT Rally with the more accessible aspects of the popular PlayStation 3 titles DiRT 2 and DiRT 3 – aims to push the idea of adrenaline...

  • News PS4 Racer DiRT Rally's Getting PlayStation VR Support

    But you'll have to pay for it

    This is one of those news stories with both a good and a bad side: DiRT Rally, the critically acclaimed PlayStation 4 simulation racer from Codemasters, is getting PlayStation VR support – but you'll have to pay for it. An update is due in the coming weeks which will open up virtual reality across the entire...

  • News DiRT Rally Takes a Long Easy Left to PS4 in April

    Rally great news

    After heavy speculation, DiRT Rally will get dirty starting 5th April on the PlayStation 4. The game – which officially launched on the PC, er, today – will presumably include all of the content released thus far, including the new Winter Wonderland update, which adds some snow-based Swedish stages to the mix. For those that...

  • News DiRT Rally Looks Set to Make a Mess on PS4

    Maybe

    Codemasters has proven a shadow of its former self on the PlayStation 4 thus far, shipping F1 2015 and not a whole lot else. Fortunately, while the decision seemed strange at the time, DiRT Rally has proven an enormous success in Early Access – and it looks like the simulation could be taking a long easy right all the way to Sony's new-gen...

  • News DiRT Rally May Yet Get Stuck in the PS4's Mud

    "It's something we should be looking to do"

    Codemasters, the firm best known for racing games such as GRID, is a bit of a British institution, so it's positively peculiar that it's still yet to release a PlayStation 4 title. The company will be hitting the new-gen starting grid with F1 2015 a little later this year, but the organisation also seems...

  • News DiRT 4 Stuck in the Mud as Codemasters Cuts Staff

    Hoon's going to scratch our gymkhana itch now?

    Codemasters' extended emphasis on the PlayStation 3 may be starting to catch up with it, as Eurogamer.net reports that layoffs have hit the legendary British outfit. According to the site, around 50 jobs are being reviewed, with approximately 30 to be made redundant as part of a 30 day consultation...

  • News Noby Noby Boy Was Influenced By... Erm... DiRT

    Noby Noby Boy is a game few understand

    Its creator isn't even entirely sure why it was made. It was also influenced by racing game DiRT. Ahem. According to developer, who actually claims to not like any games, he was inspired by "the opening camera work in a trailer for DiRT". Erm. Yeah. We'll have a review of Noby Noby Boy later on.