What you need to know
- DiRT Rally 2.0 is an intense racing sim focusing on rally racing.
- It's getting a new ultimate collection featuring all existing content.
- It's also getting new content to celebrate the success of the game.
- DiRT Rally 2.0 Game of the Year Edition will be available on March 27, 2020.
DiRT Rally 2.0 has now been out for just over a year, and has since then added a sleugh of new content and features. To celebrate a successful year, Codemasters is putting together a "ultimate" edition that bundles all the DLC and packs into one Game of the Year Edition. Players who purchase the game will get DiRT Rally 2.0 and Seasons 1-4 included, as well as the upcoming 'Flat Out' expansion pack that focuses on the career of Colin McRae, adding new vehicles, locations, challenges and more.
DiRT Rally 2.0 GOTY Edition will be available on PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4 starting March 27, 2020. Players who have purchased the Deluxe Edition of DiRT Rally 2.0 or any of the full Season passes will recieve the new Colin McRae content for free, but other players will either need to buy the pack standalone (available starting March 24, 2020) or get it through the GOTY Edition. It seems that this will be the last injection of fresh content for DiRT Rally 2.0, as the team at Codemasters turns to future projects.
Ross Gowing, the Game Director for DiRT Rally 2.0 at Codemasters, said "After twelve months of working with our community and improving DiRT Rally 2.0, it's great to have one complete package for both existing fans and new players to the franchise. Adding the Colin McRae Flat Out pack is the icing on the cake and the perfect way for the team to close the DiRT Rally 2.0 chapter and focus on the future of rally."
Overall, this looks like a great compilation for fans of rally, and a solid entry point for players interested in trying out the games. Are you going to get DiRT Rally 2.0 Game of the Year Edition? Or is the name just a little too long for you? Let us know in the comments below!
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