We were lucky enough to get our grubby mitts on F1 2019 earlier this week. Codemasters invited us to Hamburg to try it, and while we put in as much time behind the wheel as we could — impressions coming soon — we also got a rare chance to talk to the team behind the title.
In a preview event earlier this week, Codemasters gave the assembled media — including GTPlanet — its first hands-on experience with F1 2019. We also heard about new features coming to this year’s title, including a very in-depth multiplayer league system.
First things first – DiRT Rally 2.0 has jumped forward leaps in bounds in areas that I’ve outlined in my previous articles. With my sim background, it’s clear to see the vast improvement in the driving experience. However, as with any game, it’s not all sunshine and roses.
Rally fans rejoice! DiRT Rally 2.0 is now available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms. The sequel to the 2015 rally racer dials things up to 11 with marked improvements in nearly every area.
The debate is never-ending: is rally the hardest discipline in motorsports? To many real-world drivers it is. Talk to any long enough and you’ll get some variation on the “track racers drive one corner 1000 times, rally racers do 1000 corners once” line.
The wait is almost over. We’re mere weeks out from the release of DiRT Rally 2.0. There’s so much to look forward to with the newest entry in the series. In fact, if you’ve been biding your time up until now, it’s the perfect opportunity to get caught up with our coverage on the game.
With the holidays upon us, it can be easy to forget just how close we are to the release of Codemasters’ highly anticipated DiRT Rally 2.0. The game launches on February 26, 2019, and a batch of new content has been revealed as an early Christmas surprise.
Just a week after Codemasters published (and then pulled) a mysterious pizza website full of references to Colin McRae and Petter Solberg, we’ve got a more overt teaser in the form of suggestive posts from a variety of official Twitter accounts.