DiRT Rally Is Free To Play This Weekend, And Available To Buy At 70% Off

DiRT Rally

DiRT Rally Free Play

One of the best rally-racing simulations around at the moment is available to play for free over this weekend. And if you like what you see, then there is a 70% discount on the full game as part of the current ‘WEEKEND DEAL’ promotion on Steam.

The ‘DiRT Rally Free Weekend’ allows the game to be played for free until 8PM GMT/UTC on Sunday, May 14th, with the promotional discount ending later the following Monday, at 5PM GMT/UTC.

Regarded as one of the best Codemasters has ever produced, DiRT Rally’s realistic physics and unforgiving nature, has gained it a loyal and passionate following. So much so, that its handling dynamics will be found in the next of the DiRT series, DiRT 4. With the team appearing to realise that offering players a choice of how their game will play, is something they do actually want. (I’ve been saying ‘options are good’ for ages!) And when you look at the direction they are taking their games now, it is kind of funny to think back to that whole “only 5%” thing from a few years ago.

Best experienced with a wheel but not exactly lacking with the use of a pad, DiRT Rally is a game that is rewarding by being so punishing. The thrills felt at near-totalling your car as you chase those sector times, catch the wheels as you land from a big jump, and avoid those sheer drops, all in an effort to survive until the end of the stage, is one that got lost from racing games for a while. Even Codies distanced themselves away from it, but now they are back at it, and things are as better than ever.

And for those who have systems capable of providing a good VR experience, the excitement is taken up yet another notch.

Whatever type of racing fan you are, don’t miss out on at least giving it a try!

[via Steam]

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