Codemasters released an update for Dirt Rally 2.0 today. We will have all information about this update on August 18th.
The new Dirt Rally 2.0 update 1.25 (Steam Build 5371706) is now available for download. So far the patch only seems to be released on Steam, we don’t know at the moment whether the patch is already available for PS4 and Xbox One.
Dirt Rally 2.0 World Series Patch Notes on August 18
- Rallycross champion will win a test drive in QEV electric rallycross car.
- Free, all-new in-game reward car for all Qualifier participants.
- Online Qualification begins 25th August in game.
Patch Notes: v1.15
New livery: Royal Air Force – Ford Fiesta R5
Re-enabled World Series tab on main menu to accommodate for DiRT Rally 2.0 World Series Qualifiers.
Players who take part in World Series Qualifiers will earn a new car (Ford Fiesta R5 MKII), which is set to be released in version 1.16.
Players who take part in Qualifiers using v1.15 will get the car when it releases.
- Updated sponsor board branding on all FIA World Rallycross championship tracks to reflect real-world updates.
- Adjusted performance of AI drivers in wet conditions (decreased pace by 1%).
- SUBARU Legacy RS – Added ability to upgrade brake durability in My Team, in line with other cars across the game.
- SUBARU WRX STI (Rallycross) – Updated livery number which was previously difficult to see.
- Peugeot 208 WRX (2019) – Adjusted position of gear indicator which was previously obscured by steering wheel.
- Perth and Kinross, Scotland – Adjusted collision detection for some log piles, which previously resulted in invisible collisions.
- Perth and Kinross, Scotland – Adjusted Pace Note timings for a small number of corners on Newhouse Bridge Stage (now come slightly earlier).
- Perth and Kinross, Scotland – Resolved issue regarding notable FPS drop on South Morningside and Old Butterstone Muir Stages (narrow bridge section).
Colin McRae Scenarios:
- Updated completion text in German, French, Italian and Spanish for consistency.