Codemasters have released a brand new trailer showcasing their DiRT 2.0 Rallycross content.
Alongside all the traditional rally content in the career and historic rally modes, Dirt Rally 2.0 will launch with eight tracks from the 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship, including new locations to the series: Mettet, Silverstone and Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya. Four different classes of rallycross cars will be available at launch in DiRT Rally 2.0: the official FIA World Rallycross Championship Supercars, RX2, RX Super 1600s, and RX Crosskarts. New Supercars to the DiRT Rally franchise include the GCKompetition World Rallycross team’s Prodrive-built Renault Megane RS RX, the Audi S1 EKS RX quattro, and 2018 FIA World Rallycross Champion Johan Kristofferson’s PSRX Volkswagen Polo R Supercar.
Further World Rallycross circuits and vehicles will arrive post-launch via DiRT Rally 2.0’s seasonal content, including the introduction of the Group B Rallycross class.
Rallycross will also form as part of DiRT Rally 2.0’s online multiplayer offering, giving players the opportunity to race wheel-to-wheel with their peers in eight-player online sessions. A new Rallycross Championship mode has also been added to the game, so players can choose to focus their experience on multi-car racing. Players will have the ability to jump into their favourite driver’s car and go through the full heats, semi-final and final structure of an official FIA World Rallycross event in their bid for victory.
If you haven’t check out the games other trailers, now would be a good time.
DiRT Rally 2.0 will release on the 26th February.