Codemasters has revised the release date for Dirt 5 once again, although this time the delay is a tad longer. Previously, the game was due to release on PC and current-gen consoles in October before heading to next-gen consoles later this year. Now, the game is being pushed back to November for all platforms.
At this point, Microsoft has announced plans to launch the Xbox Series X in November and it is widely believed that Sony will be releasing the PS5 in November too. With that in mind, Codemasters is now releasing closer to the next-gen console launch window, which should give it a bit of a boost.
Our road trip just got a little bit longer. Thank you for being part of the journey with us. 🖐️ ❤️ pic.twitter.com/p5c8MDUfKo
— DIRT (@dirtgame) September 7, 2020
Dirt 5 launches for PC, Xbox One and PS4 on the 6th of November, while ‘Amplified Edition' buyers get access three days early, starting on November 3rd. Next-gen versions will be available once the Xbox Series X and PS5 launch on their respective release dates.
The next-gen version will be particularly interesting, as it will be one of the first console games to include a 120Hz mode for ultra-smooth and responsive gameplay.
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