Dirt 5 New Gameplay Footage Reveals Point-to-Point Races
Point-to-Point tracks and races confirmed for Dirt 5 in new gameplay footage.
Codemasters revealed the first point-to-point track in Dirt 5, which is a dirty off-road track set in China with an incredibly gorgeous environment.
Point-to-point races usually are a bit tougher to beat than ordinary circuits as till the end of the road you will face new corners and new challenges so you don’t have any idea what the next part of the track would look like while racing in a circuit allows you to have a better understaning of the whole track once you beat in the first lap. That being said, point-to-point tracks are more fun to play as you don’t get to see repetitive roads or environment over and over.
As shown in the trailer above, one of the point-to-point tracks in Dirt 5 is set in China, featuring awe-inspiring environment design. The track will be available through Rally Raid event which is a host to Modern Rally cars and point-to-point tracks. That said, you can compete on the same type of tracks in other events with vehicles such as Trucks and Buggies.
Dirt 5 is aimed to deliver the best experience in the series, thanks to its wide variety of events and car classes. The game is promised to feature a brand new career mode, which has been voice acted by Troy Baker and Nolan North.
Dirt 5 is set to be launched on November 6 for Xbox One, PS4, Stadia, and PC. The game will hit Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on November 10th, with PS5 versions arriving on November 12th. You can now pre-order the Amplified Edition of the game including a season pass key, three unique cars, and some other in-game items.
Dirt 5 will support Smart Delivery on Xbox consoles, meaning you can upgrade your Xbox One version to Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S for free.