DIRT 5 players who get the sport on PlayStation 4 are going to be able to upgrade to PlayStation 5 free, a leaked trailer has discovered. The trailer, that has since been taken down, let slip the upgrade plans in its YouTube description. DIRT 5 is already confirmed to support Microsoft’s “Smart Delivery” program, which suggests that Xbox One players who get an Xbox Series X also will be able to upgrade free.
Despite its title, DIRT 5 is truly the eighth DIRT game, and therefore the fourteenth in Codemaster’s Colin McRae Rally series. in step with the developers, DIRT 5 can represent a come to the series’ roots. this suggests attention on arcade-style races, with lots of jostle between cars and high-speed collisions.
DIRT 5’s career mode can feature a series of rally events scattered across a good vary of locations, as well as Arizona, Brazil, China, Italy, New York, and Norway. Seasons can pass because the game progresses, unlocking new events with the ever-changing weather. to Illustrate, ice athletics can solely be on the market throughout the winter months.
The game is being developed by Codemasters Cheshire, the UK-based studio once referred to as Codemasters Evo. The studio is maybe best well-known for its less-than-successful OnRush car-combat game, that saw several lay-offs following its poor unleash.
DIRT 5 is going to be free on Oct 9, 2020, on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, later in 2020 on PS5 and Xbox Series X, and in 2021 on Stadia.