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Ale91
2 hours ago, stafdema said:

troppa terra e troppo poco asfalto, non lo compro

Ma che discorsi sono? Stiamo parlando di rally, pensi che il mondiale WRC sia diverso? La maggior parte degli eventi è ed è sempre stato su terra..

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Hey everyone!

After all that’s been going on last week the past few days have been rather quiet on the DiRT side as we gear up for the start of Season 3. The SUBARU Impreza (2001) and Ford Focus Rally 2001 are up next, 2 cars that veterans have fond memories of. I think that SUBARU will be my go-to-pick for the Up to 2000cc Class in-game, can’t get enough of that iconic blue and yellow livery.

In other news we’re carefully monitoring all of the VR feedback you have given us, and investigating the ways that we can improve performance of the feature in future. Some fixes are already in the pipeline while others are in the early discussion stages (nothing is as simple as “flipping a switch” in games development after all). Check out the DiRT Roadbook tomorrow for more info.

Speaking of what’s to come, we’ve got a surprise announcement! You’ll have seen last week that we announced Seasons 3 and 4 of DiRT Rally 2.0, along with what cars and locations you can expect to see over the next few months. One car from Season 4 wasn’t ready to be announced at the time but we’re delighted to confirm now that Oliver Bennett’s Mini Cooper SX1 is coming! This 2019-spec FIA World Rallycross Championship car will join its peers from Ford and Peugeot on January 14. Oliver and XITE Energy have been great supporters of Codemasters games in recent years so it’s great to finally have their top car in DiRT Rally 2.0.

That’ll do it from me, see you all again soon!

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The DiRT Roadbook – August 23, 2019

http://blog.codemasters.com/dirt/08/the-dirt-roadbook-august-23-2019/?fbclid=IwAR27bfgsm5mRE5BseigSNOFUzHEsj63ixW2SMslnzN8XwbLLpEs57WnaXBY

Version 1.8 is expected to release around September 3. Here’s a snippet of the Patch Notes (which we’re currently assembling) detailing what’s changing for VR:

  • Added option allowing players to choose whether to launch the game in 2D Mode or VR Mode.
  • Added support for separate graphics presets between 2D Mode and VR Mode.
  • Added support for “-novr” launch command.
  • Added ability to bind “Reset View” to a preferred buttons/keys.
  • Resolved issue where game would crash if no VR headset was plugged in.
  • Improved readability of UI text in VR Mode.

SUBARU Impreza (2001) and Ford Focus Rally 2001: Coming August 27

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stafdema
On 8/20/2019 at 5:03 PM, Ale91 said:

Ma che discorsi sono? Stiamo parlando di rally, pensi che il mondiale WRC sia diverso? La maggior parte degli eventi è ed è sempre stato su terra..

Non è che non so cosa siano i rally, ne ho corsi quasi 100 reali e non ho ancora interrotto la carriera. Ho corso sia su terra che su asfalto. E  nella realtà mi diverto molto di più sulla terra, sia a guidare (in alcuni test ho provato) sia a navigare. Però nei giochi preferisco guidare su asfalto.  🙂 sono gusti

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AyrtonForever
4 hours ago, stafdema said:

Non è che non so cosa siano i rally, ne ho corsi quasi 100 reali e non ho ancora interrotto la carriera. Ho corso sia su terra che su asfalto. E  nella realtà mi diverto molto di più sulla terra, sia a guidare (in alcuni test ho provato) sia a navigare. Però nei giochi preferisco guidare su asfalto.  🙂 sono gusti

beh, il parere di chi ha fatto rally nella vita reale è sempre interessante. che macchine hai guidato? cosa pensi della fisica di dirt rally 2.0? sia su ghiaia, neve che asfalto (quest'ultimo non mi convince molto, ma non mi sento di dare in giudizio certo)

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Ale91
On 8/30/2019 at 3:45 PM, stafdema said:

Non è che non so cosa siano i rally, ne ho corsi quasi 100 reali e non ho ancora interrotto la carriera. Ho corso sia su terra che su asfalto. E  nella realtà mi diverto molto di più sulla terra, sia a guidare (in alcuni test ho provato) sia a navigare. Però nei giochi preferisco guidare su asfalto.  🙂 sono gusti

Certo certo, gusti son gusti, ci mancherebbe! Non avevo ben capito il senso della frase.

Ma di giochi di rally in se credo siano tutti così, con la maggior parte di fondo sterrato. Senò devi affidarti alle mod dell'immortale RBR, in cui ci sono tanti tracciati con fondo asfaltato!

Non è detto però, che nel caso facciano uscire altre Season (e qualche indizio c'è..), non includano qualche nuova location su asfalto!

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Codemasters presenta questa sera numerose novità per il suo DiRT Rally 2.0: come prima cosa il nuovo World Championships che partirà il 10 Settembre, quindi la BMW M2 Competition, che sarà regalata a tutti coloro che parteciperanno al campionato, infine la nuova patch v1.8, che sarà rilasciata domani, 3 Settembre, con varie migliorie anche per la VR.

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Have you got what it takes to become a DiRT Rally legend, and win from a prize pool of $10,000? Version 1.8 will put that to the test with the introduction of the official DiRT Rally 2.0 esports series.

DiRT Rally 2.0 World Championships: Beginning from September 10

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The DiRT Rally 2.0 World Championships begin on September 10, and continue throughout the end of 2019 in the search for the world’s strongest Rally and Rallycross players. In partnership with Motorsport Network, the series will see players compete on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam in a number of online challenges, with the live final being held at the Autosport International show in January 2020. For more information about the competition and Motorsport Network, our press release can be found here.

For the next 3 months, in-game Qualifiers will take place in DiRT Rally 2.0, with separate categories for both Rally and Rallycross. On December 7th and 8th, the Quarter and Semi-Finals will be broadcasted live across DiRT and Motorsport Network channels, showcasing the game’s strongest players in their element. Throughout the Qualifiers players can play on their preferred home setup, however the live finals will be a wheel-only competition.

Qualifiers can be found in-game by navigating to the World Championship tab on the main menu, and updates throughout the season will be available here and on Motorsport Network channels. Here are the list of World Championship Qualifiers for both rally and Rallycross categories. The fastest player in each Qualifier on each platform will earn a spot in the Quarter-Finals, with invites passing-down if a player has already Qualified.

DiRT Rally 2.0 World Championship Qualifiers: Rally

  • 10th September – Poland – Kopina – H2 FWD
  • 17th September – Argentina – Las Juntas – Group B 4WD
  • 24th September – New Zealand – Te Awanga Forward – R5
  • 8th October – Spain – Comienzo en Bellriu – Rally GT
  • 15th October – USA – North Fork Pass – Group A
  • 22nd October – Australia – Mount Kaye Pass – Group B 4WD
  • 5th November – Poland – Czarny Las – H3 RWD
  • 12th November – New Zealand – Waimarama Point Reverse – R2
  • 19th November – Spain – Decenso por carrertera – R5

DiRT Rally 2.0 World Championship Qualifiers: Rallycross

  • 10th September – Hell, Norway – RX1600
  • 17th September – Trois-Rivières, Canada – RX2
  • 24th September – Lohéac Bretagne, France – RX Supercars
  • 8th October – Montalegre, Portugal – RX Supercars
  • 15th October – Silverstone, England – RX2
  • 22nd October – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain – RX1600
  • 5th November – Mettet, Belgium – RX2
  • 12th November – Holjes, Sweden – RX1600
  • 19th November – Hell, Norway – RX Supercars

Best of luck to everybody competing in this competition, and may the best drivers win. In addition, there’s a participation prize for all who take part…

BMW M2 Competition: Free to all DiRT Rally 2.0 World Championship Competitors

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Every player who competes in a DiRT Rally 2.0 World Championship Qualifier will be rewarded with an new car, the BMW M2 Competition.

Described by BMW as the ultimate sports car, the BMW M2 Competition battles in the Rally GT Class in DiRT Rally 2.0. As with all M cars, the M2 has racing DNA factored into every aspect of its design, and is sure to provide a special driving experience in-game.

After you set a valid time in a DiRT Rally 2.0 World Championship Qualifier you will be rewarded with an exclusive version the BMW M2 Competition for use in My Team, where you can perform upgrades, compete in Daily Challenges and more. This special version of the BMW M2 Competition also provides you with free car repairs. Taking part in the World Championship Qualifiers is currently the only way to obtain this car for use in My Team.

The car is also available for all players in Freeplay, Custom Event, Clubs, Multiplayer and Time Trial.

BMW M2 Competition

  • Max Power: 400 bhp
  • Max Weight: 1200 kg
  • Engine: 2979 cc, Turbocharged, 6 Cylinders
  • Transmission: 6 Speed – Manual Sequential

Version 1.8 also sees improvements to VR and the resolution of popular issues relating to Clubs.

The VR updates were already revealed in a recent DiRT Roadbook and are in the Patch Notes below. As a reminder, we are currently investigating the possibility of adding Oculus SDK support to the Steam version of the game, however this will take some time. We’ll share more in the future once things progress.

As for Clubs, a number of fixes come in version 1.8, all related to each other in some way. In short, the “tuning bug”, where Tuning Setups reset to default between Stages, is set to be resolved in this update. Work into this bug has also resulted in potential fixes for car damage, tyre punctures and dirt accumulation being reset between Stages as well.

Version 1.8 of DiRT Rally 2.0 is expected to go live around 10.00 BST on Tuesday, September 3. If you are playing at the time you will have to close the application and potentially restart your console/launcher to download the update. RaceNet will also be taken down for a short while to facilitate the update.

VR:

  • Added option allowing players to choose whether to launch the game in 2D Mode or VR Mode.
  • Added support for separate graphics presets between 2D Mode and VR Mode.
  • Added support for “-novr” launch command.
  • Added ability to bind “Reset View” to a preferred button/key.
  • Resolved issue where game would crash if no VR headset was plugged in.
  • Improved readability of UI text in VR Mode.

Esports:

  • Added support for DiRT Rally 2.0 World Championship Qualifiers.

Content:

  • New car: BMW M2 Competition
  • Added files for Greece Rally in preparation of DLC release on September 10.
  • Added files for the Seat Ibiza Kit Car in preparation of DLC release on September 24.
  • Added files for the Peugeot 306 Maxi in preparation of DLC release on September 24.

My Team:

  • Adjusted performance of AI drivers across multiple routes and car classes, to provide a more balanced difficulty curve.

Clubs:

  • Resolved issue where tuning setups were being reset to default between Stages in Club Championships.
  • Resolved issue where damage was resetting between Stages in Club Championships.
  • Resolved issue where tyre punctures were automatically being repaired between Club Stages regardless of spare tyre availability.
  • Resolved issue where cars were automatically being cleaned after every Stage in Club Championships.

Rallycross:

  • Resolved issue where too many cars would spawn on the starting grid.
  • Resolved issue where AI drivers would skip Joker Laps if a player restarted a race or got disqualified.
  • Resolved issue where players could avoid taking a Penalty Joker lap after receiving a penalty.

Cars:

  • Resolved issue where rear left tyre of the Peugeot 205 T16 Evo 2 was too narrow in comparison to rear right tyre.

Multiplayer:

  • Resolved issue where the host of a Humans Only Custom Event would fall through the game world.
  • Resolved issue where end of race countdown timer would not appear for players yet to complete a race.
  • Resolved issue where players could gain access to DLC cars ahead of official release date.
  • Resolved issue where players could not choose a DLC car if they were in a lobby with a host with Season Content access.
    (Note: If a Lobby Host owns Season content, all players in the Lobby are given permission to use that DLC content regardless of entitlement status.)

Locations:

  • DirtFish added to Freeplay.
  • New Zealand Rally – Corrected brightness setting for better visibility in darker areas.
  • Mettet, Belgium – Resolved issue where start lights were not working.

UI/UX:

  • Updated Freeplay main menu tab to include DirtFish.
  • Added World Championship tab to main menu.
  • Added Uruguayan flag as a selectable option for driver profiles.

Achievements/Trophies:

  • “Adaptable” – Further improvements after Version 1.7 to make Achievement trigger properly.
  • “Watch the Delta” – Adjusted triggers to assist users who weren’t able to unlock Achievement initially.
  • “Living the Dream” – Adjusted triggers to assist users who weren’t able to unlock Achievement initially.

Hardware:

  • Resolved issue where rev lights on Fanatec CSL Elite Wheel Base were displaying in the wrong direction.

Miscellaneous:

  • General stability improvements and minor bug fixes throughout title.

Additional comments on popular community issues:

  • We are currently investigating the possibility of supporting Oculus VR headsets natively, via Oculus SDK on Steam.
  • We are currently investigating the ways of supporting post-launch content from other platforms on Oculus, and do not have a release date to announce at this time.
  • The issues of audio cutting out mid-Stage are expected to be resolved in a future update.
  • The ability to spectate in Multiplayer Lobbies is in development and could potentially appear in Version 1.9.
  • The ability to use a “Dashboard” camera angle (similar to the one seen in DiRT Rally) is expected to be added in a future update, most likely Version 1.9.

Version 1.9 is in development and is expected to release around October 1.

 

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stafdema
On 8/30/2019 at 8:31 PM, AyrtonForever said:

beh, il parere di chi ha fatto rally nella vita reale è sempre interessante. che macchine hai guidato? cosa pensi della fisica di dirt rally 2.0? sia su ghiaia, neve che asfalto (quest'ultimo non mi convince molto, ma non mi sento di dare in giudizio certo)

Guidato in gara mai per ragioni di money... Guidato in test vari 106 sia terra che asfalto, 208 r2 idem, clio R3C e va beh una mg n1. dirt 2.0 l'ho provato 5 secondi senza stare a calibrare il volante e non mi sbilancio, dirt 1 specie su asfalto non era male. rbr ovviamente è insuperabile da tutto e tutti. la cosa che detesto di dirt è che sembra ci sia l'esp nelle auto anche con controlli spenti. arrivi nel tornantino, fai freno a mano e la macchina si ferma anche se ci dai di frizione... boh non sono mai riuscito a fare delle belle spazzolate con i 4x4 in dirt 1

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Greece Rally – Available September 10

The next DiRT Rally 2.0 location is coming and we’re off to Greece! Always presenting itself as one of the most gruelling rally locations on any race calendar, Stages in Greece feature dusty roads and hidden rocks, capable of severely damaging cars that cut corners or run too wide in the wrong places. The dusty conditions mean visibility can become an issue for drivers further down the running order.

One thing DiRT fans will be excited about is the inclusion of a rain variant as one of the selectable Stage Conditions. As if Greece wasn’t hard enough it’s doubly-tricky in the rain, yet I’ve already seen Jon Armstrong pull off some crazy stuff in the upcoming F2 Kit Cars!

We’ll have more info on Greece available on Tuesday, and the usual heads-up regarding DLC releases applies: timing varies per platform and region, and Season 3 Deluxe players may need to wait a while before it’s added to their in-game entitlements. Also as a heads-up, we won’t be doing a “Welcome to Greece” show next week (as we did with Wales and Estering) though you can expect more good DiRT gameplay on our YouTube in the future.

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