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    DiRT Rally World RX Update

    DiRT Rally World RX Update At the start of last month we announced our partnership with the FIA World Rallycross Championship and today we’re pleased to release the first of two new World RX updates which will bring the world’s fastest growing motorsport to DiRT Rally. V.0.6 more commonly known as the World RX Update is now live and we’re really excited to be working with the team at the FIA World Rallycross to bring you a choice selection of drivers, cars and some of the best circuits in the calendar. Here’s the tl;dr list of what we’ve added, changed and tweaked in this month’s update: Embark on a new World RX Career and Custom Events Two new circuits, Höljes, Sweden and Lydden Hill, England both with three routes each Official FIA Rallycross Championship drivers, cars and liveries Anti-cheat stuff which will stop the small few from messing up our leaderboards. Our next step is to tell your mum you’ve been cheating – don’t say we didn’t warn you Ability to identify your device as a wheel if you own one which isn’t supported yet A brand new DiRT Daily Event type where you’ll be competing against the community Delta Ability to repair a puncture mid-stage Ability to remove the drivers arms without causing him to bleedout Now have the ability to return the wheel back to zero degrees when your car is reset This is just the first of our World RX packs; in the next one we’ll be adding a new track, new cars and online competitive play. Until then be sure to check out fiaworldrallycross.com for more info about this awesome motorsport. Here’s the full list of everything else we’ve changed, fixed and made better: Additions Three new World RX cars: the Ford Fiesta WRX, Volkswagen Polo Rallycross and Peugeot 208 WRX. Two new tracks: Lydden Hill, UK and Höljes, Sweden. New music tracks for your listening pleasure. Toggle added to enable centring of the steering wheel when the car is reset to track or starting a new race. This can be turned on/off from the “Advanced Wheel” menu in the options menu by toggling “Centre Steering”. The strength of this effect can be tuned from the “Vibration and Feedback” menu by changing “Steering Centre Force”. Added a FFB slider to control the strength of the force applied when centring the wheel. Clutch deadzone and saturation sliders have been added to the advanced wheel options screen. Added support for the Leobodnar Sim Steering FFB system. A game preference has been added to allow for the driver arms and steering wheel to be hidden when using an interior camera. Progress bar now has red/green markers showing the split when completing a sector. Fixes The “Little Light” achievement now unlocks after fulfilling the criteria. Win Championship based achievements now unlock after a player loses an event during that championship… Sorry. All Hillclimb achievements now unlock correctly when the requirements are met. Terminal reset lines on the Monte Carlo rally route Pra d’Alart have been pushed back from the track edge. General art fixes to the Germany routes. Visual co-driver calls improved throughout all tracks. Ambience added to German routes. Various fixes to benchmark mode race playback Solved issue where the game would freeze and stutter while driving when the user has multiple hard drives. Added functionality to override the type of device for a controller or wheel – enabling advanced options for these input device respectively. Steering linearity is now being applied to the Microsoft Wireless Speed Wheel. Position difference. Indicator shown in the Championship Standings for a Hillclimb event now displays the change in championship positions. Fixed an issue where the distance required to unlock the later engineers wasn’t updating. Fix for replay camera sequence sometimes getting stuck on the onboard camera. Issue where the default vehicle tuning settings were not being applied correctly is now fixed. Fixed an issue where cars would flip or launch into the air when driving at speed near low height objects… We’re gonna miss watching those videos. Upgraded motion platform and telemetry peripheral support so you can now run as many DBox and UDP streams as you want, simultaneously without the need for 3rd party software. Finishing 16th in a championship event will now give considerably less rewards. Fixed a problem where the game would cause random inputs in the menus that didn’t come from you. Various fixes to improve stability and reduce jitter in post race cut scene and replays. Fixed the championship position indicators displaying the wrong information. Fixed issue where warning message were still present on screen after completing an event. Updated vibration and feedback screen to display descriptions for each of the options. A wide range of fixes and tweaks to prepare for the upcoming content. This latest update will download to your PC automatically but if you happen to be one of the few who haven’t joined us yet for early access… What are you waiting for? Download DiRT Rally from Steam now.

    DiRT Rally: arriva il Rallycross

    The FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy has signed a new partnership with successful video game developer Codemasters in order for World RX to be featured in DiRT Rally. The game is now available on Steam Early Access. The first stage of this partnership will see the RX Supercars, tracks and racing modes implemented into DiRT Rally as part of Codemasters’ commitment to deliver regular content updates during the game’s Early Access phase on Steam. Owners of the game will soon be able to drive a choice selection of these cars for themselves across three different game modes and experience the sheer speed, action, dynamism and performance that makes World RX one of the fastest growing motorsports in the world. As with previous updates, this new content will be available free of charge to existing owners. The tracks that have currently been built and included in the game are Holjes (Sweden) and Lydden Hill (Great Britain). The Hell circuit in Norway will be added in the near future. DiRT Rally’s Lead Designer, Paul Coleman, explained: “From the outset we wanted DiRT Rally to be the ultimate off-road racer and to fulfil that vision we knew we had to include World RX. Since the launch in Early Access back in April we have continued to add new, diverse content to the game and World RX will add another dimension that will challenge even the most experienced players.” At the World RX round in Sweden over the weekend, the Championship’s top drivers were able to test-drive virtual versions of the 600bhp RX Supercars that compete in the World Championship. “Codemasters have done a brilliant job – the detail is very realistic and not far from real life,” explained Team Volkswagen Sweden’s Johan Kristoffersson, who is currently second in the overall World RX drivers’ standings. “As drivers, we always want to change the smallest things on our cars, but this version is very good. There are just a couple of tweaks that need to be made and then I think it will be just like driving the real thing. It’s by far the best rallycross game I have played.” Martin Anayi, World RX Managing Director for IMG, concluded: “It was great to have the Codemasters team with us in Holjes over the weekend, which allowed us to showcase our new joint game venture to over 40,000 fans. Codemasters has worked exceptionally hard to get this project off the ground and it’s been encouraging to hear such positive feedback from our drivers after they had test-driven the game. We are very excited about our new collaboration with Codemasters and look forward to working with the team more closely to help develop the game further.”

    DiRT Rally: Tarmac Terrors Update

    La Codemasters ha appena rilasciato per il suo DiRT Rally il nuovo aggiornamento denominato Tarmac Terrors. L'update porta il software alla nuova release 0.5, correggendo svariati bugs, apportando alcune migliorie, ma anche e soprattutto offrendoci una serie gustosa di novità, come 12 nuove tappe rallystiche tedesche e 5 mitiche vetture di Gruppo B, come ad esempio la Lancia Delta 037 Evo 2 e la Peugeot 306 Maxi! Approfittate subito dell'accesso anticipato su Steam, anche perchè a partire da luglio il prezzo salirà di 3 euro, arrivando a 32,99. Month three of DiRT Rally and our next big update is now live. Version v.0.5 - more commonly known as the Tarmac Terrors update - has now been added to DiRT Rally; it’s fast paced, technical and is going to require all your focus. Here’s the full run down of what you can expect in this month’s update. New 12 new rally stages based at Baumholder in Germany Owners Club Online Events – A second DiRT Daily where you compete in your own car A second weekly event where we’ll be experimenting and throwing new challenges at you 5 new rally cars featuring new Group B RWD & Kit Car Classes Opel Kadett GT/E 16v Opel Manta 400 Lancia 037 Evo 2 Seat Ibiza Kitcar Peugeot 306 Maxi New calibration and options screens in “Advanced Wheel Settings” (added in v.0.4.5)

    DiRT Rally: Pikes Peak disponibile

    DiRT Rally Pikes Peak Pack Out Now - http://store.steampowered.com/app/310560 The world famous Pikes Peak - Built from the ground up in its full fat modern tarmac state (the first time in a video game) and the mixed. It seems like forever ago when we pushed the button and surprised the world with DiRT Rally. To everybody reading this screen we can’t thank you enough. Today we're really pleased to be able to push the button on our first big update, the Pikes Peak Pack which is available now and included in DiRT Rally no extra cost. It should start downloading the next time you log into Steam but if it just so happens that you don't own a copy of DiRT Rally yet you can purchase it on Steam right here. Here’s the full list of everything we’ve changed, added and fixed in DiRT Rally V.0.4 New – Added over 4,300 metres of rock otherwise known as Pikes Peak New – Or old depending how you look at it, yes that’s right we’ve also added the mixed surface version of Pikes Peak too New – Each route on Pikes Peak is available with a variety of weather conditions (Sunny\Rain\Overcast\Clear) New – Hillclimb car class featuring the Peugeot 405 T16 Pikes Peak, the Peugeot 205 T16 Pikes Peak and the Audi Sport Quattro S1 Pikes Peak. New – Hillclimb career mode and full support for Online Events and Leagues New – Added a few tutorial messages and hints and tips to some menus and loading screens New – Sent all our AI drivers back to rally school, turns out they were struggling to keep up with you guys so expect a bit more of a challenge from now on New – Your changes in position are now shown on the event and championship standings New – Added a message to let you know when you’ve been promoted or relegated in Championship mode New – 13 new achievements for all you unlock and rub in your friends faces. New – Added the ability to map clutch and gears for the following steering wheels: Logitech Driving Force EX, Logitech Driving Force GT, Logitech Driving Force Pro, Logitech MOMO Racing Wheel, Thrustmaster F430 Force Feedback Racing Wheel, Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience Racing Wheel, Thrustmaster RGT FF Pro, Microsoft Wireless Xbox 360 Racing Wheel New – Added analogue handbrake support Change – Engineer slots now unlock based on distance driven rather than spending your hard earned credits Change – When using a wheel the ragdoll shake effect is now turned off Change – Had our mechanics make some improvements to the drivetrain on all of the cars Change – Custom Events now use the full fat versions of the cars rather than the poor mans versions Change – Improved our Steam error reporting, this won’t really change anything for you right now but it will help us in the future in particular with getting to the bottom of error 41 issues Change – Made it clearer when you can’t afford a car Change – Improved the messages which tell you what the different game modes are Change – Custom events now tell you if a stage is a “Long” or “Sprint” (short) version Change – Changed certain title headers in the leagues reward screens to make it clearer where you finished Change – The weekly event is now six stages instead of four Fix – If you’re using a H-Pattern with clutch setup, the game no longer shifts to neutral when contact with your kit is lost. Fix – Turns out that sometimes the AI would overshoot the start line, we’ve had a word with them about it Fix – Hand braking when using manual clutch now no longer locks all four wheels on the Ford Fiesta Fix – Position indicators will now stop showing the incorrect information Fix – Fixed a weird thing that would sometimes let you have more than one go at an online event (bet you’re gutted you didn’t notice that one) Fix – Ever been caught in an infinite loop of disconnects and reconnects at the end of an online event? Yeah, we fixed that. Car update – The Fiat 131 Abarth now has historically accurate rear lights Car update – The Fiat 131 Abarth now features the Rallysport Development livery Car update – The Ford Escort Mk II now features the Phil Collins’ livery Car update – The Lancia Fulvia HF now features the Lancia livery. Car update – The Peugeot 205 T16 Evo 2 now features the Peugeot Sport livery

    Intervista su DiRT Rally

    Il nuovo titolo rallystico della Codemasters, nonostante sia ancora in versione beta su Steam, ha saputo già appassionare molti fans della derapata controllata. Vi propongo quindi la lettura di una interessante intervista fatta a Paul Coleman, lead designer di Dirt Rally. “We've completely remodelled the physics engine and the simulation of how these cars are represented, and that’s given us an incredibly solid foundation on which to build from. We're getting a lot of this information out of reference books, manufacturers will correct us in some cases, or approve them in others, and we’re then using our new physics simulation engine. We're able to put those numbers in much more faithfully than we've ever done before, so that every car actually feels like it does in real life.”

    DiRT Rally appare su Steam!

    A quanto pare la serie DiRT di Codemasters torna - a sorpresa - solo su PC, almeno in questa particolare versione apparsa in queste ore sull'Accesso Anticipato di Steam: il nuovo DiRT Rally è infatti disponibile in early access, acquistabile a 29,99 euro (a 26,99 euro in questo momento grazie allo sconto del 10%). Si tratta di un arrivo a sorpresa, indubbiamente, visto che un nuovo DiRT aleggiava da tempo nell'aria ma non era stato ancora annunciato nulla di ufficiale da parte del publisher. Codemasters ha deciso di percorrere la strada dell'Accesso Anticipato per il nuovo capitolo, affidandosi anche alla community per ricevere feedback e suggerimenti su come portare avanti lo sviluppo del gioco, oltre a poter utilizzare un sistema di finanziamento indipendente prima del lancio del gioco in forma completa. Qui di seguito trovate il tipico trailer di lancio con alcuni screens in game.
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