Codemasters release their first gameplay trailer for DiRT 4

Codemasters release their first gameplay trailer for DiRT 4

Codemasters release their first gameplay trailer for DiRT 4

Codemasters release their first gameplay trailer for DiRT 4

 

Codemasters have now released their first gameplay trailer for DiRT 4, showcasing a little of what players can expect from this new racing sim. 

DiRT 4 will come with 50 iconic vehicles from the history of motorsport, promising to challenge players in a variety of disciplines like rally, rallycross and landrush. The new DiRT Acadamy mode has also been added to the game to train drivers in the skill required to become a top player online.  

The game will feature both Gamer and Simulation handling models, allowing this game to suit both fans of arcade racing and driving sim enthusiasts. DiRT 4 will build upon the physics and damage mechanics of previous games in the series and will include a new "Your Stage" system, which will allow players to create their own rally tracks with a few simple button clicks, allowing players to a seemingly limitless number of tracks. 

  

 

Codemasters has also created an exclusive partnership with Globe to license 40 tracks for the game, which includes artists like The Amazons, Sigma, Freak, The Chemical Brothers, Disclosure, Queens of the Stone Age and Bastille. 
 

   The new trailer features the absolute banger ‘Instigators’, by Grace Potter - one of the songs from the amazing in-game soundtrack that has been created for DiRT 4 in an exclusive partnership with Globe, Universal Music UK’s in-house sync team. 

The agreement with Globe will see over 40 licensed tracks appear throughout the game, matching DiRT’s unique style and tone, and includes exclusive tracks from artists such as The Amazons, Sigma, Freak and Pretty Vicious alongside tracks from The Chemical Brothers, Disclosure, Queens Of The Stone Age and Bastille.

 

DiRT 4 will release on June 6th on PC. 

 

You can join the discussion on DiRT 4 on the OC3D Forums

 

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28-04-2017, 07:10:58

Daiyus
If the Simulation handling mode feels as good as DiRT Rally then I'll almost certainly pick this up. I only recently got back into racing games but I've fallen in love with DiRT Rally and would really like to see that style iterated forward.Quote

28-04-2017, 07:21:44

SuB
If they keep the simmy driving model from DiRT Rally.. I'm in if it's arcadey again.. not so much.Quote

28-04-2017, 07:31:13

AlienALX
Dirt 2 again please. That was literal arcade/sim perfection IMO. I mean yeah it wasn't a *proper* sim but bugger me it was great to play. Dirt 3 was fun but that gymkhana thing? yeah, not so much.

Would also be a nice tribute to Dave Mirra to include his voice samples in this one and dedicate a car or two to him. RIP Dave, one of my heroes and a complete legend.Quote

28-04-2017, 07:46:41

SuB
I have to say, I disagree, less silly voices. DiRT Rally got it almost spot on for that

If this is DiRT Rally with more event types I'm all for it, the driving model is leagues ahead of the others in the series.Quote

28-04-2017, 07:49:24

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
I have to say, I disagree, less silly voices. DiRT Rally got it almost spot on for that

If this is DiRT Rally with more event types I'm all for it, the driving model is leagues ahead of the others in the series.
Dirt Rally was too pure for me. I like Rally in essence, just not full on sim. Obviously most of the fun of rallying is driving like a nutter, getting thrown all over the place and going very fast. Most of that is lost in translation into a video game, so making it too pure can make it feel a bit sterile given it's not tactical like actual driving is (well, unless you spunk a grand on a wheel and so on)

My favourite type of game before Fallout 3 was arcade racers. There hasn't really been any decent ones since Split Second, and that was 30 FPS hobbled (still a fantastic game though !)Quote
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