DiRT Rally 2.0 Season Two Content Launching June 4th
Codemasters confirmed that the Season Two DLC content for’ DiRT Rally 2.0 will be available starting June 4th 2019.
The DLC content will include new cars, liveries, and new environments. The content is scheduled to be released every two weeks with a primary focus on rallycross while the traditional rally fans will be pleased with the return of the rally of Wales and the Porsche 911 SC RS.
The 4 new cars appearing in Season Two will be the Peugeot 205 T16 Rallycross, the Ford RS200 Evolution, the Lancia Delta S4 Rallycross and the MG Metro 6R4 Rallycross. All cars will feature improved handling and have received a graphical overhaul. Furthermore, Season Two will introduce two new rallycross circuits including the Latvian Bikernieki track and the German Estering circuit.
The new DiRT Rally 2.0 Season Two content will be released as per the following schedule:
- Week 1: Peugeot 205 T16 Rallycross, Ford RS200 Evolution, Special Livery
- Week 3: Latvia RX
- Week 5: Porsche 911 SC RS, Lancia 037 Evo 2, Special Livery
- Week 7: Wales Rally
- Week 9: Lancia Delta S4 Rallycross, MG Metro 6R4 Rallycross, Special Livery
- Week 11: Germany RX
As usual, Players who bought the Deluxe Edition will receive all content as part of their Season Pass. Similar to Season One, players who own the Day One or Standard Edition will have the opportunity to purchase each season and piece of content separately on their digital store of choice.
DiRT Rally is available for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The digital version of DiRT Rally 2.0 is available on Steam for 54,99€. The DiRT Rally 2.0 Deluxe Edition is available for 74,99€.
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- Online Custom events can now be set up as human only
- Plain black and white liveries added for most vehicles
- UI indication added for when ghost cars are stopped due to a time penalty
- Leaderboards will now support going to the top from all positions
- AI will no longer select unreleased vehicles
- Speedcar Xtreme wheels will not disappear
- Improvement to Silverstone joker lap detection
- Costa Rican added as a nationality
- Tyre warnings are improved when in the service area
- Delta Daily will now award correct credits
- Improvements to Opel Manta 400 engine audio#
- Turning off Personal Best ghosts will keep them off for the remainder of the session
- Visual improvements to some vehicles
- Proximity warnings will not be shown on retired vehicles
- Resuming championships will not damage previously undamaged components
- Stability improvements throughout the title
Changelog v1.4.1 – FFB Update:
Update V1.4.1 is primarily focused upon updating the Force Feedback for steering wheels. After looking into comments about the feeling from all parts of our community, we’ve changed the way the ‘Suspension’ setting works to try and exhibit the behaviors that you’ve been requesting. For this update, the slider has been set at a default level of 100 for all devices, but this can be changed to suit your preferences.
If you prefer the way things felt previously, then simply head to the Input section of the Options & Extras menu, select your device and then adjust the ‘Suspension’ slider in the Vibration & Feedback tab to 0.