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One of the new features in DiRT 4 is that Codemasters designed the game to accommodate both casuals and hardcore gamers; the newbs who need to get good, and the gamers who already got good.
There’s a new trailer for DiRT 4 highlighting the different play-styles, as well as getting insight into the challenges of rally and Rallycross racing, including comments from consultants Kris Meeke and Petter Solberg.
You can check out the trailer below.
There’s a lot of different comments from various drivers who talk about the challenge of facing fear while behind the wheel of a thunder beast pumping 2000 RPMs through its metal veins.
If you’re not confident in your abilities to tame the beast, then you can settle for the Gamer mode and have a casual breeze through the forests or kick up some dust with friends in the Rallycross. However, if you have the calling to become master of the asphalt, and a legend of the air, you’ll want to try your hand at the Simulation setting, where all bets are off and the skill of relying on your co-driver becomes paramount for success.
In fact, the co-driver is far more important this time around than in any previous DiRT game thanks to the new Your Stage procedural track generation system that will require players to adapt on the fly to an all new series of tracks that can be spawned to suit the challenges you’re willing to undertake on a whim.
An all new damage model, a new DiRT Academy mode, a new Landrush feature, all new FIA World Rallycross Championship series, a revamped career mode and an all new Joyride feature will round out the content in the upcoming release of DiRT 4. You can look to get your hands on the game starting June 6th for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One.