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Dirt 5 Xbox Series X gameplay trailer shows 4K/60 visuals

This week, Codemasters launched the first Xbox Series X gameplay trailer for DIRT 5, showing off the visual upgrade we can expect on Microsoft’s next-gen console, amongst other benefits – like higher performance. 

The gameplay trailer isn’t super long, but it gives us a quick look at racing in Italy, China, Norway and the USA. The trailer is also uploaded in 4K/60, giving a better representation of gameplay performance.

One of the big benefits of next-gen consoles is of course the inclusion of an SSD, so you can expect vastly improved loading times. As previously confirmed, Dirt 5 also includes a 120 frames per second mode for those who want the smoothest experience possible as well as much improved response times.

Dirt 5 is included in Microsoft’s Smart Delivery program, so Xbox One owners can pick up the game on their current-gen console and then get access to the next-gen version for free when picking up an Xbox Series X.

Dirt 5 is launching on PS4, Xbox One and PC on the 6th of November. Then, it will be available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5 once each system launches. Finally, a Google Stadia version is also coming in early 2021.

KitGuru Says: Are many of you planning on jumping into Dirt 5 later this year? Will you be grabbing it on PC or console? 

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