DiRT Rally 2.0 update adds a free livery, brings back World Series Qualifiers
Codemasters has released a new update for DiRT Rally 2.0 on all platforms that includes a free livery, Scotland improvements, and more.
Following the update, all players will receive the free Royal Air Force livery for the Ford Fiesta R5. The update also adds the ability to upgrade the brake durability of the Subaru Legacy RS, makes improvements to Perth and Kinross in Scotland, and adjusts the performance of AI drivers in the wet. Read the full patch notes here.
In addition to the above, update 1.15 re-enables the World Series tab on the main menu to allow players to compete in the upcoming DiRT Rally 2.0 World Series Qualifiers. Online qualifications open on August 25th for players Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, and all players who take part will receive the Ford Fiesta R5 MKII for free in October. Read more about how the competition will progress, courtesy of Codemasters, below:
- The DiRT Rally 2.0 World Series has been divided into three qualifying stages, each consisting of three events.
- The fastest time on each event from each platform will earn a place in the Qualifying Final.
- In Rally these winners will be joined the three fastest runners up, based cumulative times and in Rallycross it will be the two fastest cumulative runners up.
- The top two in each Qualifying Final will earn a place in the Semi Final before the live Final at Autosport International in January 2021.
“The DiRT Rally 2.0 World Series surpassed our expectations. We knew there was an appetite, but we didn’t expect the vast level of participation and engagement. Now we get to do it all over again with a bigger event and even more prize money,” game director Ross Gowing said. “We are also delighted to reward players with the in-game Ford Fiesta R5 MKII and hope this is an added incentive for players of all levels to get involved.”
DiRT Rally 2.0 is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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