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Tuesday, 13 December 2011 09:16

More Dirt on the way from Codies

Written by David Stellmack



Two Dirt titles coming for 2012


Codemasters will be bringing not one, but two different titles to market in the Dirt franchise. The first, of course, is Dirt 4; it will focus on the traditional Dirt for activities surrounding rally car racing, delivering a traditional and more authentic experience.

The second title will be a new spin-off of the Dirt franchise that will be called Dirt Showdown. Showdown will take the experiences that have outgrown the traditional Dirt game, such as the gymkhana, and hardcore thrill-seeking racing experiences.

Both Dirt 4 and Dirt Showdown are slated for release in 2012. Specifics as to when they will be released are still a bit up in the air, but you can expect both titles for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and the PC.

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