Codemasters has distributed a special demo version for their off-road racing game DIRT Rally 2.0. It's a completely free Xbox One and PlayStation 4 demo that will allow us to enjoy two game modes included in the full title, the traditional rally competitions and the so-called Rallycross. To celebrate, this game released last February has released a new trailer.
This is a very particular demonstration as it includes a variety of rally tracks to choose from including gravel and asphalt surfaces, even the most rugged ones. From New Zealand to the Barcelona-based Spanish circuit as part of the FIA World Rallycross Championship, we can choose different game modes to get used to the Codemasters title control and gameplay offering. The DIRT Rally 2.0 demo also includes 10 different vehicles from manufacturers such as Audi, Volkswagen, Peugeot, Renault, Ford or Subaru. In fact, in addition to the most modern and distinctive additions, those responsible included such classics as the mythicalLancia Fulvia HF, DS21 or a MINI Cooper S.
Since it is one of the most striking new features of the game, customization is also present in the demo. All players will be able to adjust different mechanical sections in their cars, trying to adjust them to their game preferences and direction, as well as the terrain and climate vicissitudes, which in this part are completely dynamic. The DIRT Rally 2.0 demo will allow players to unlock the commercial version in the same menu if they wish. As we mentioned last February, DIRT Rally 2.0 is the new edition of the famous rally saga, a sequel that adds interesting news and playable settings as well as different modes and competitions.
With an official license from the FIA World Rallycross Championship, it includes over 50 vehicles of all ages and manufacturers, six different locations established in Argentina, Australia, Spain, the United States, Poland and New Zealand, and a graphic section that takes advantage of consoles like PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.
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