Deep Silver and Codemasters have revealed the Season Two content schedule for DiRT Rally 2.0. New content coming to the game includes Group B rallycross cars, tracks, and more.
Starting June 4th, Codemasters and Deep Silver will release new content for DiRT Rally 2.0 every two weeks. The content will primarily focus on rallycross and will include new cars, new liveries, and new environments. Traditional rally fans won’t be left in the cold, either, with new rally cars and locations also coming. If you’re a DiRT Rally 2.0 season pass holder, you’ll get all this stuff as part of the pass. If not, you can buy Season One and Season Two DLC separately, either as packs or as individual pieces of content.
Season Two of DiRT Rally 2.0 kicks off with the release of two rallycross cars: the Peugeot 205 T16 Rallycross and the Ford RS200 Evolution. Two weeks later, in week three, players will be able to race on a brand new rallycross track in Bikernieki, Latvia. Week five is one for trad rally fans. Handling consultant Ryan Champion’s Porsche 911 SC RS will be available to players in week five, complete with East African Safari Classic Rally livery. Rally fans can also enjoy the Lancia 037 Evo 2 in week five.
Week seven brings the fan favorite Wales Rally location to DiRT Rally 2.0. In week nine, two more rallycross cars will be added: the Lancia Delta S4 Rallycross and the MG Metro 5R4 Rallycross. All four rallycross cars make their return from DiRT 4 sporting overhauled graphics and handling. Finally, Season Two of DiRT Rally 2.0 concludes with the addition of the Estering, Germany rallycross track in week eleven. Plenty for fans of the game to look forward to in the coming months. While you wait, go take a look at TechRaptor’s review of DiRT Rally 2.0.
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