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Έχω την απλή έκδοση Day One

Θα επικεντρωθώ μόνο στα R5 και μακάρι να συμμετέχουμε σε αγώνες για να θυμηθούμε λίγο καλές εποχές Rally.

Όταν το δοκιμάσω θα πω εντυπώσεις

Τα θετικά Είναι τα ελαστικά από ότι λένε και οι θερμοκρασίες που έχουν και που παίζουν ρόλο

Σίγουρο θετικό ή ειδική που αλλάζει δυναμικά και οι τελευταίοι θα μπαίνουν σε οργωμένο χωράφι

Τα αυτοκίνητα έχουν βάρος και το καλό είναι ότι στις χωμάτινες νιώθεις πόσο βάθος και πυκνό είναι το χώμα

Μεγάλο ατού το Service Pack και οι χρόνοι που υπάρχουν για να φτιάξεις τις ζημιές

Σίγουρα θα βελτιωθεί, όπως είπα όταν το δοκιμάσω θα κάνω Review

Θα δώσουν αυτοκίνητα και ειδικές με DLC

Από ότι λένε Monte σίγουρα όπως και Γερμανία και Sweden

Για Ελλάδα ίσως αργότερα

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Θέλω να γνωρίσω την κυρία. Έχουμε κάνα κονε.

Σου αρέσουν τα αυταρχικά ε;;;



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21 hours ago, troffeo said:


Σου αρέσουν τα αυταρχικά ε;;;
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Βίτσια Μεσήλικων! 

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DiRT Rally 2.0 v1.2

  • • Stability improvements across all modes
  • • Prevented negative times from posting to leaderboards
  • • OSD Dial can now be enabled in headcam
  • • New engine audio for Citroen C3 R5 and Ford Mustang GT4
  • • ‘Upgraded’ trophy/achievement will now unlock
  • • Darkness issue resolved when using interior cameras
  • • Softlock will no longer occur if user owns too many vehicles
  • • Proximity indicators are now available for rallycross
  • • Prevented exploit for claiming rewards multiple times
  • • Podium counter will now correctly update in My Team
  • • Prevented audio cut outs
  • • Joker Lap cut-scene is now skippable
  • • Custom online will no longer disconnect users in specific conditions
  • • Improvements and corrections to text (all languages)
  • • Improvements to subtitle content
  • • Accented characters will be entered correctly in user text fields

Finally: as we’ve mentioned on our forums, we’re continuing to investigate the concerns some of you have raised with FFB.

We’re taking your feedback incredibly seriously, and we are giving this the time and investigation it deserves.

We know we need to strike a fine balance between the large number of players who are happy with the FFB, and those of you who want an experience closer to the original DiRT Rally.

We’ll continue to keep you informed of our progress – and once we’re happy with the update, we’re hoping to announce plans which will enable some of you to playtest it before we roll it out to everyone.

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DiRT Rally 2.0 v1.2
> Finally: as we’ve mentioned on our forums, we’re continuing to investigate the concerns some of you have raised with FFB.
We’re taking your feedback incredibly seriously, and we are giving this the time and investigation it deserves.
We know we need to strike a fine balance between the large number of players who are happy with the FFB,


Κατάλαβα...

ΚΑΜΙΑ ΤΥΧΗ...

ΥΓ. Δεν μπορώ να καταλαβω ρε πστ μου ΠΟΙΟΙ ειναι αυτοί που λένε ότι το FFB ειναι ΟΚ...



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Update 1.2.1 Notes

  • My Team Special Events issues fixed
  • We've fixed not receiving input from unofficial devices (without re-connecting the device after press start)
  • Special liveries and Monte Carlo Rally unlocked for Deluxe Edition players on Steam. These will unlock for PlayStation and Xbox players at midnight local time

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DiRT Rally 2.0 Road Book – 08/04/19

DiRT Rally 2.0: Season One, Stage Two brings Sweden Rally, the BMW M1 Procar Rally, the Opel Manta 400 and a Special Livery for five vehicles! This content will be dropping throughout April, and is available for Deluxe Edition players to download as part of their Season Pass content. Standard Edition players will be able to purchase each bit of content separately on the relevant platform store.

DIRT RALLY 2.0: SEASON 1 STAGE 2

  • Tomorrow sees the cars and the Special Livery arrive to the game, whereas Sweden Rally will arrive on the 23rd April. Don’t forget, Deluxe Edition players will also receive a credits drop and access to the high reward special D+ Community Events too.
  • Just a quick note on the BMW M1 Procar Rally – final audio for the vehicle will come in next week’s patch, so don’t fret if you think it sounds a little off-key at first. We’re all over it.
  • Aside from Season One content coming out as usual, we’re also working on Update 1.3 which, subject to all of the usual submissions, is due to land next week. Thanks to everyone’s feedback since the last update, as we’ve been able to isolate and fix some key issues, including the grip/floating car issues some users have been experiencing. We’ve also worked on preventing audio-cut outs, and have fixed the ‘Fire Up That Car... Again’ trophy/achievement. Full patch notes will be confirmed on our channels closer to it releasing, so please stay tuned over the following few days to see them surface.
  • We’re also making some headway into tackling the FFB issues a lot of you have been discussing on our forums, channels and beyond. We’ll have more for you on that soon, but we just wanted to reassure you that it’s still top of our priority list and that we’re making progress.
  • What else? Well, we’ll also be adding more DiRT Rally 2.0 Achievements and Trophies for Season One! But you’ll have to wait until next week to find out what they are. 🙂
  • Finally, we’ll also be adding the wonderful Jon Armstrong’s 2019 Galway International Rally livery to the game next week! We’ll be holding a little competition once the Fiesta R5 livery is out, so stay tuned to see how that takes shape. Just in case you’ve forgotten what it looks like, here’s a handy reminder for you in the shape of the DiRT Show Galway Special!

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Update  patch 1.3 contains:

 

  • - Grip and floating car issues off the starting line now resolved
  • -  New achievements/trophies added for Season One: ‘On Thin Ice’ (Complete a clean stage in Monte Carlo), ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’ (Drive 66km at Monte Carlo in the DS 21), ‘To all those who doubted...’ (Get a podium in the Citroën C4 Rally), ‘Kickin’ 80s Vibe’ (Complete your first Event in the BMW M1 Procar Rally)
  • - The achievement/trophy “Fire Up That Car... Again” has had its unlock criteria modified
  • -  Prevention for audio cut-out improved
  • -  Added Jon Armstrong’s 2019 Galway International Rally livery
  • -  New engine audio for BMW M1 Procar and Peugeot 208 T16 R5
  • -  Fixed non-English translations of in-game text
  • -  Retiring no longer counts as completing the stage or event, and will no longer cause trophies to pop
  • -  Returning to the service area in Rallycross Community Events or AI Challenges will take players to service area and not leave the event
  • -  Spectating in bumper cam will now show other drivers in custom online events
  • -  Improvements to co-driver calls in specific call outs, across multiple locations
  • -  Leaderboards are now available after non-Time Trial races
  • -  Improvements to visual quality on some cars
  • -  Corner cuts across certain areas (reset lines and rough terrain) are now prevented
  • -  Stability improvements throughout title

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DiRT 2.0 V1.4 Update Notes:

  • Online Custom events can now be set up as human only
  • Plain black and white liveries added for most vehicles
  • UI indication added for when ghost cars are stopped due to time penalty
  • Leaderboards will now support going to the top from all positions
  • AI will no longer select unreleased vehicles
  • Speedcar Xtrem wheels will not disappear
  • Improvement to Silverstone joker lap detection
  • Costa Rican added as a nationality
  • Tyre warnings are improved when in the service area
  • Reset line improvements on Mettet
  • Delta Daily will now award correct credits
  • Improvements to Opel Manta 400 engine audio
  • Turning off Personal Best ghosts will keep them off for the remainder of the session
  • Visual improvements to some vehicles
  • Proximity warnings will not be shown on retired vehicles
  • Resuming championships will not damage previously undamaged components
  • Stability improvements throughout title
  • Ability to turn “Hardcore damage” in Career Mode

Please note that a further update will follow in the next week, which will focus solely upon FFB – so if you’re wondering where that is, it’s just around the next corner!

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Force Feedback changes  update 1.4.1

  • The latest update to arrive to DiRT Rally 2.0 this morning – update 1.4.1 – is primarily focused upon updating the Force Feedback for steering wheels. After looking into comments about the feel from all parts of our community, we’ve changed the way the ‘Suspension’ setting works to try and exhibit the behaviours that you’ve been requesting. For this update the slider has been set at a default level of 100 for all devices, but this can be changed to suit your preferences.
  • If you prefer the way things felt previously, then simply head to the Input section of the Options & Extras menu, select your device and then adjust the ‘Suspension’ slider in the Vibration & Feedback tab to 0.
  • We want to give a huge thanks to the entire community for their feedback and patience while we’ve looked into implementing these changes – especially to those of you who’ve taken the time to come back to us with incredibly useful, nuanced feedback about your FFB experiences. It’s worth mentioning that while this is the first big update to the FFB, it’s definitely a work in progress and we plan to refine the feeling further. Please – let us know what you think.
  • While we’re on inputs, our Principal Game Designer Lee and Senior Programmer Adrian have put together a super handy Input Device Guide for DiRT Rally 2.0. You can take a look at it in all of its PDF glory here.

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DiRT Rally 2.0 Season Two content revealed

Codemasters today revealed the DiRT Rally 2.0™ Season Two DLC will launch on June 4th 2019. New content, comprising of cars, liveries and environments, will be made available every two weeks with a primary focus on rallycross. Traditional rally fans can also enjoy a new location with the return of Wales and the Porsche 911 SC RS.

New content will be released as per the following schedule:

  • – Week 1: Peugeot 205 T16 Rallycross, Ford RS200 Evolution, Special Livery
  • – Week 3: Latvia RX
  • – Week 5: Porsche 911 SC RS, Lancia 037 Evo 2, Special Livery
  • – Week 7: Wales Rally
  • – Week 9: Lancia Delta S4 Rallycross, MG Metro 6R4 Rallycross, Special Livery
  • – Week 11: Germany RX

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Debuted in DiRT®4, Group B rallycross cars are celebrated in Season Two with the inclusion of the Peugeot 205 T16 Rallycross, Ford RS200 Evolution, Lancia Delta S4 Rallycross and the MG Metro 6R4 Rallycross. With improved handling and graphical overhaul, the four vehicles will be a welcome addition when they are put through their paces on all rallycross circuits including the two brand new tracks, Bikernieki, Latvia and Estering, Germany. The new tracks are available weeks three and 11 respectively.

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Having worked as DiRT Rally 2.0 Handling Consultant, Ryan Champion’s Porsche 911 SC RS complete with the East African Safari Classic Rally livery will be available as part of the week five content. This is in addition to the fan favourite location, Wales, which will be available two weeks later.

“Season Two is a perfect blend of new and old and there is something here for everyone,” said Ross Gowing, Game Director. “Fans will be thrilled at the return of the Group B rallycross cars and we’re excited to give our community two new circuits in Latvia and Germany.

Although our primary focus for Season Two is on rallycross, we haven’t forgotten our rally purists, and we know from fan feedback how much they love taking on the tough Welsh terrain and what better way to do it than in Ryan Champion’s Porsche 911 SC RS.”

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Players who bought the Deluxe Edition will receive all content as part of their Season Pass. Similar to Season One, players who own the Day One or Standard Edition will have the opportunity to purchase each season and piece of content separately on their digital store of choice.

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DIRT RALLY 2.0 – SEASON 2, WEEK 1 – AVAILABLE JUNE 4

NEW CARS:

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Group B Rallycross is here!

Week 1 sees the release of the first 2 cars in this Class, the Peugeot 205 T16 Rallycross and the Ford RS200 Evolution. Group B rally cars are some of the most fearsome and spectacular in DiRT Rally 2.0 and the thrills are set to continue on the Rallycross circuits with these 2 machines.

If you’re a Deluxe Edition or Season Pass owner both cars will be automatically added to your My Team garage, and no matter how you own the DLC both cars are available in Free Play, Time Trial and Multiplayer. Both cars will have 5 selectable liveries in-game, the defaults you see here plus 4 custom designs.

As always, if you’re not a DiRT Rally 2.0 Season owner the vehicles are available for purchase individually. You may need to download items from the store for them to appear in-game.

Now, let’s look at these 2 mighty machines!

PEUGEOT 205 T16 RALLYCROSS

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The Peugeot 205 T16 was purpose built for Group B rally and cemented itself as one of the most successful cars in its group. The car was, like many of its rivals, modified for use in rallycross, becoming a successful front-runner in Europe. Modifications included a new aero kit, an extreme rear wing, and increased engine power output.
• Max Power: 480 bhp
• Max Weight: 960 kg
• Engine: 1775 cc, 4 cylinders
• Aspiration: Turbo
• Transmission: 5 Speed – Manual
• Mid-Engined, 4WD

 

FORD RS200 EVOLUTION

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The Ford RS200 never had the opportunity to shine in Group B rally. This changed however, when the car was entered into its first European Rallycross Championship event. The car demonstrated incredible performance characteristics, winning multiple events between 1986-1992, and winning the championship in 1991. Typically producing around 580 hp, the RS200 could accelerate from 0-60 in a little over 2 seconds.

• Max Power: 450 bhp
• Max Weight: 1180 kg
• Engine: 1803 cc, 4 cylinders
• Aspiration: Turbo
• Transmission: 5 Speed – Manual
• Mid-Engined, 4WD

 

OTHER BONUSES:

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Season owners will also be able to access a new livery for the following cars:
• Lancia Fulvia HF
• Opel Kadett C GT/E
• Ford RS200 (Rally)
• Volkswagen Polo GTI R5
• SUBARU WRX STI Rallycross

Finally, Season owners will receive their Credits drop on June 4: a 200,000 CR boost to help with buying, upgrading and repairing their cars.

 

The next DLC location (Latvia RX) is only 2 weeks away, coming on June 18!

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DiRT Rally 2.0: Version 1.5

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Version 1.5 of DiRT Rally 2.0 is coming next week, handling some popular requests, fixes and features from the community. The headline act is the addition of Clubs, giving you all a way to build your own communities, join your friends and run Championships in-game. We’ll have more info on Clubs next week and on how it all works but for now here’s a summary of what’s coming in the update:

  • Club support added to Freeplay.
  • Visual improvements made to rain effects.
  • Service Areas will appear correctly in Weekly and Monthly Challenges.
  • Monthly Challenge Leaderboards adjusted to show total Event times instead of individual Stage times.
  • Elite and Master AI difficulty adjusted in My Team Rally Events to provide a fairer transition upwards from Pro.
  • Start-line AI behaviour adjusted at Lohéac Bretagne circuit.
  • AI cars will now be washed after Rallycross races.
  • Notification added for when a player completes research on a car’s final engine upgrade in My Team.
  • Chase cameras adjusted to reduce camera clipping into roadside objects.
  • Non-English language co-driver volume increased.
  • Corrections to some non-English language co-driver calls.
  • General stability improvements and minor bug fixes.

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