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Thursday, 24 May 2007 22:17

DIRT: Colin McRae

Written by Slobodan Simic
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New playable demo from Codemaster


Codemasters released a new demo for their upcoming Colin McRae game called DIRT.

Game is confirmed for release on June 15th 2007, for XboX360, PC and later for Playstation 3. Demo is available for XboX from Xbox live Marketplace. A PC demo comes with complete multiplayer event, available at Codemasters web page here.

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"On both Xbox 360 and PC demos, the first event is a Crossover race with players competing against Colin McRae himself. Set in Germany, the Avelsbachring’s smooth but twisty tarmac is the perfect battleground for a pair of Subaru Impreza WRX STI spec Cs. Then, with nine other racers aggressively competing for position, it’s a fierce C.O.R.R. competition in V8 650hp buggies at the Bark River Off Road Raceway, Michigan."
 

 

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