DIRT 5 Has Been Pushed Back From October to November; Will Race Onto PS5 and XSX Later This Year
Codemasters has officially announced that the long-awaited DiRT 5 won't hit stores on October 16, as the action-packed racing game will now release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC (via Steam) on November 6.
Although the current-gen version of DiRT 5 has been delayed, the title will arrive on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X later this year as originally planned. As a reminder, DiRT 5 is also coming to Google Stadia in 2021.
After the delay, the already announced Early Access for Amplified Edition players will begin on November 3.
"We can't thank everyone enough for your support and excitement around DiRT 5, ever since its reveal back in May," the studio said. "The positive feedback we've received from hands-on preview sessions has blown us away, too. The start line is now a little further away, but it's still [...] in sight."
For those unfamiliar with the upcoming follow-up to 2017's DiRT 4, it's being developed by the creative minds behind some of the most thrilling racing games in recent history, including MotorStorm and Onrush.
The fifth numbered entry in the DiRT series will give players the chance to to race on over 70+ meticulously designed routes across 10 different global locations in Nepal, Arizona, China, Greece, Italy, Brazil, and more.
DIRT 5 is the boldest off-road racing experience created by Codemasters. Blaze a trail on routes across the world, covering gravel, ice, snow and sand, with a roster of cars ranging from rally icons to trucks, to GT heroes. With a star-studded Career, four-player split-screen, innovative online modes, livery editor and more new features, DIRT 5 is the next generation of extreme racing.
DiRT 5 is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam) on November 6, 2020; will be available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X later this year; will arrive on Google Stadia in 2021.
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