DIRT 5 is a 3D off-road racing simulator featuring a narrative-driven campaign brought to life with voice actors Nolan North and Troy Baker!
“Under the tutelage of an icon, all eyes are on you to become the new star of an amplified world of off-road racing. Earn sponsorships and unique rewards, conquer all locations, and take on a fierce rival in our biggest ever Career.”
►Initial Dealing: Learn and adapt to dozens of unique tracks and weather conditions taking place in iconic locations all around the world.
►Showroom Shakedown: Take your pick from a a variety of unique cars as apart of an exciting roster of eclectic cars.
►At the Ready: Enjoy a suite of features, innovative online modes, and accessible offline modes perfect for any occasion!
This is a buy-to-play retail title offering optional in-game purchases.
- Status: Released
- Release Date: Nov 06, 2020
- Business Model: Retail
- Developer: Codemasters
- Publisher: Codemasters
- Category: Stand-alone
- Genre(s): 3D, Adventure, Sports, Simulation
- Platforms: PC, Steam, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X
- +Solid Graphics
- +More Arcade-y and Accessible Than Previous Entries
- +Good Story/VA Talent
- -Poorly Optimized/Technical Issues
- -Lacking Peripheral-Appropriate Support (Driving Wheel)
- -Unsatisfying Driving Physics & Handeling
- Recommended System Requirements:
- OS: Windows 10+
- CPU: AMD FX 4300+/Intel Core i3 2130+
- RAM: 8 GB
- GPU: AMD RX 480+/NVIDIA GTX 970+
- HDD: 60 GB
- Description: DIRT 5 is a 3D off-road racing simulator featuring a narrative-driven campaign brought to life with voice actors Nolan North and Troy Baker!
Articles You May Enjoy
- Conquer Online: Bruce Lee Now Featured in Special Event
- After 12 months of dedicated work, the fantasy MMORPG, Conquer Online, unveils a project that will introduce an awe-inspiring new character, L...
- Auto Club Revolution adds the McLaren MP4-12C
- The McLaren MP4-12C has zoomed into Auto Club Revolution.
- The Meta Exists for a Reason
- This is not saying "Never pick outside of the Meta ever". What I am saying, is that greedy, self-serving picks are ill-advised.