Next-gen versions are still in line for later in 2020 though.
Codemasters’ DiRT franchise has always been among the more beloved properties for fans of racing games, and the upcoming DiRT 5 has looked typically solid in all that has been shown of it so far. With its launch drawing closer, however, Codemasters have announced that the game has suffered another slight delay.
Already pushed back from its original early October launch date by a week less than a month ago, as shared by Codemasters on Twitter, DiRT 5 has seen another delay, and will now release in early November. It will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 6 (with early access for those who have bought the Amplified Edition beginning on November 3).
Meanwhile, Codemasters also assures that the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions of DiRT 5 will still release later in the year as planned, and that a Stadia release will be coming in 2021. The developer has also re-iterated that free next-gen upgrades are supported on both PlayStation and Xbox.
The PC system requirements for DiRT 5 was recently revealed. Check them out through here.
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— DIRT (@dirtgame) September 7, 2020