Just last week, Codemasters revealed DiRT Rally 2.0, a sequel to the popular 2015 rally racing game. While a trailer was released at this time, it was very cinematic in nature. Today, during a livestream hosted by Codemasters, we got our first really good look at DiRT Rally 2.0 gameplay on three different tracks.
While the stream lasts around 40 minutes, the game is played only for about half of that time. Codemasters’ Rally Consultant Jon Armstrong is playing the game, while DiRT Rally 2.0’s Chief Games Designer Ross Gowing answers several questions about the game. Three tracks are highlighted within the livestream, with a good mix off more official course and off road Argentinian tracks.
We also get a nice look at several different camera settings, so you should get a good feel for what DiRT Rally 2.0 is like no matter how you play. When it comes to more widespread changes, DiRT Rally 2.0 includes six brand new locations to race in, eight WorldRX circuits, and cars from the 2018 season.
You can check out the livestream below. Dirt Rally 2.0 is poised to launch for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on February 26, though pre-ordering will net you early access on February 22.