We’re a little behind on the release date of Dirt 4, but the game’s developers have promised that you’ll be able to play the game for free on the Xbox One and Windows 10 platforms.
We’ll be bringing you all the information that we have about the upcoming title as soon as we can, but we’re really excited to hear what you think about the game.
The first of two gameplay videos released by Dirt 4 developer Codemasters will show off the basics of the game and its open-world style.
The first trailer will be released at 9am PT / 10am ET on Monday, October 25.
We’ve got a lot of details to share about Dirt 4 and the game as it’s coming, but first, here’s a look at what you’ll get to play in this trailer.
A trailer for Dirt 4’s open-rope gameplay, courtesy of Codemaster.
Codemasters, which is known for its open world titles, is known to be working on a brand new open-road adventure title, and that’s just the beginning.
The game’s development team is working on new features, maps, and new gameplay that will be unveiled at Gamescom this summer.
For now, Codemasons fans can expect a brand-new open-to-all-play mode called “Road of the Dead.”
Road of The Dead features a mix of open-water and open-canvas sections, which will allow players to explore, explore, and explore.
We can’t wait to see what Codemans team comes up with next.
The new open road mode in Dirt 4 will allow for a wide variety of gameplay types and scenarios.
Codemakers also says that players can “walk across the map, jump on and off of rails, or jump on other cars.”
This is a pretty neat feature that will allow the game to “play a more active role as an open-vehicle game.”
The game’s open world will also offer “multiple play modes” and “more diverse game modes than ever before,” which will “take players beyond the main game modes, like racing, to explore new content and experience new gameplay.”
As we’ve mentioned before, we’ll be covering all the latest news and information regarding Dirt 4 at GamesCom in July.
For more information about the new game, check out our complete coverage here.