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Going Digital: Dirt 5 Video Game Trailer Released

If you have been itching to get back in the dirt, but with the stay at home orders restricting that many have had to turn to video games. The Dirt series has been bring off-road and rally racing to consoles for quiet some time, and the trailer for Dirt 5 was just released.

Dirt 5 is the bold new off-road racing experience created by Codemasters. The game allows players to blaze a trail across the most iconic routes in the world, drive the widest roster of cars from rally icons to trucks to GT heroes, and lots more. Players will enjoy a star-studded career mode, four-player split-screen, innovative online modes, livery editor, and more new features making Dirt 5 is the next generation of extreme racing.

Players are able to take a trip around the world and race over 70 unique routes across 10 different global locations in stunning environments complete with dynamic weather and time of day. All while being able to get behind the wheel of an eclectic and exciting roster of cars. Conquer the toughest terrain with boulder-beating machines, take iconic rally cars to new locations, or feel the power of 900 horsepower sprint cars.

World-renowned voice talents Troy Baker and Nolan North head up the cast of Dirt 5’s story-driven Career mode. Under the tutelage of an icon, all eyes are on you to become the new star of an amplified world of off-road racing. Local split-screen of up to four players on offline modes, including Career, makes Dirt 5 the perfect couch multiplayer racing game as you battle for position with your friends.

To preorder Dirt 5 make sure you head over to the Dirt 5 website. For more information on Codemaster, be sure to check out their website.

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