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  1. 23 points
    I don't know we bother formally announcing stuff when we have Steam file detectives in the DiRTy Gossip Thread. 😛 2pm is when you need to set your watch for though!
  2. 16 points
    I'm checking in with the team now, as these weren't on the list (but have definitely appeared in game!) Also - FFB update is coming later today, around 11am UK time. A Road Book will arrive shortly!
  3. 15 points
    Can you change the word "We" by "I" in your post please ? You don't speak for all of us.
  4. 14 points
    Hello everyone !! just a small passage to introduce my skin site, mainly French but also other countries, I hope one day that they will release the DLC car https://arnorallyeskin.wixsite.com/arnorallye-skin http://zupimages.net/viewer.php?id=19/20/mzvq.png
  5. 11 points
    Season 3: Subaru Impreza 2001, Ford Focus 2001 (2000cc early) Rally: Argolis, Greece Peugeot 207 S1600 (RX S1600), Mini Cooper S (Classic RX) Rallycross: Killarney Motor Racing Complex, South Africa Nissan Sunny KitCar, Peugeot 306 Maxi (F2) Rally: Jämsä, Finland Season 4: Seat Ibiza RX, Xite Mini Cooper (WRX) Rallycross: Lydden Hill, England Seat Ibiza KitCar, Renault Megane KitCar (F2) Rally: Guanajuato, Mexico Hyundai i20 (R5), Peugeot 206 (2000cc early) Rallycross: Circuit of the Americas, United States
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  8. 9 points
    @ChristinaMc Thanks CM for bringing Wales to DR2, Really look forward to this. Not really a fan of RX but understand that there are people who love it. This is one of the best rally games.
  9. 9 points
    So apparently the legendary Renault Alpine will make its return into the world of rallying at the end of this year, prices and specs to be announced around september and the first cars by the end of the year. "THE BIG RETURN TO RALLYING World Champion in 1973, Alpine wrote some of the finest pages in its history in rally and the least that can be said is that its return to the special stages has been highly anticipated by many competitors and observers! Signatech has been entrusted with the design, development and marketing of a rally version of the Alpine A110 from an overall framework defined by Alpine aimed at preserving the strengths and spirit of the production car. As for the GT4 and Cup, Philippe Sinault's structure will work in close collaboration with the Alpine teams. Based on the A110 Cup, this two-wheel drive version will produce nearly 300 horsepower. It is intended primarily for asphalt rallies and drivers looking for a fast, fun and easy to drive product. Its homologation and which category it will compete in is currently under discussion with the FFSA and the FIA. The technical specifications and price will be announced in September. Available in the second half of 2019, the first examples of the Alpine A110 "Rally" will be delivered in two stages by the end of the year, first in France, then in Europe." Source: https://www.equipegordini.eu/2019/05/alpine-accelerates-racing-programme-returns-rallying.html
  10. 9 points
    I don't understand people's disappointment with lack of rally stuff. We knew before the game was even released that S2 would focus on rallycross so it's hardly surprising. Until codemasters said there would be some rally content in the season I was expecting only rallycross anyway so 2 rally cars and arguably the best location from the first game is a great bonus.
  11. 9 points
    Very disappointed really. Too much RX **** I don't wanna play. Only Wales and Lancia 037 Evo 2 returning and one...single...new...rally car. I really, really hope there are plans for a 3rd season focusing on rally... At this point I don't expect new rally-stages or cars ever for this game but at least give us the remaining content from DR1.
  12. 9 points
    Want vibrations? Attach favorite dildo of choice to steering wheel. Engage vibration. Fixed.
  13. 8 points
    What a disaster.. I was expecting a lot more rally content for season two, and only I got Wales. I don't like RX, in fact, I didn't test this category yet in DiRT Rally 2.
  14. 8 points
    Yeah. So suck it all you rally snobs.
  15. 8 points
    No great conspiracy, I forgot to include it on the list. Liveware problem.
  16. 7 points
    Ok, so there has been a lot chatting around this subject for a long time, and it's time to make statistics work so everyone can know what we're dealing with here. Season 3 is almost guaranteed, provided there's enough content hinted to fill that season. However, there's absolutely nothing about an hipothetical Season 4, and that's where we come in. Would you buy a Season 4+ and what content would you like see from that season on? Post your suggestions and ideas, as there is A LOT left to add in this game. Here are a few ideas: - Super Special Stages for each rally, like in DiRT3 and previous titles. These are similar to RX circuits and provide a Head 2 Head experience (see here: https://youtu.be/ufNz_YQJ9fg ) - Two more long stages for each rally, to improve variety. That would make a total of 4 long stages per rally. - New rallies, besides the missing DR1 ones. E.g: Portugal, Corsica, San Remo, Kenya, etc - Early 2000s 2000cc car class fulfilled (Peugeot 206 WRC 2001, Citroen Xsara T4 WRC 2001, Ford Focus WRC 2001, Subaru Impreza WRC 2001, Subaru Impreza WRC 1997-2000, etc) - Tarmac physics 2.0. - Tyre features expanded, tweaked wear rates to make Medium and Hard compounds relevant. - Better weather system, with the ability of providing different conditions during a stage like sometimes it happened in D4 (has to be the synced for everyone in multiplayer). - Improved spectator mode / photo mode. - eSports every year, throughout an entire season like in real life. Can't think of anything else right now, so fill this topic with your suggestions. Number 1, 2 and 3 is already a lot of work 😉
  17. 7 points
    Why are people disappointed when we knew before the game was released that S2 would focus on RX? Get a bloody hold of yourselves.
  18. 7 points
    Dear Codemasters, Thank you for all of the fixes recently, I'm sure you have been working tirelessly to get them all done. There is one big issue however that seems to have gone under the radar. Those of us who watch real life rally/WRC on TV know that the amount of damage the cars in Dirt Rally 2.0 can take and still be drive-able, even with hardcore damage mode on, is extremely forgiving. In real rally, the slightest clip of your car on the road sides usually causes enough damage to sabotage the who stage. Sure, I understand this is way too tough for most gamers, but wasn't that the whole point of having a separate mode for those of us who want that more realistic experience? When I first heard there was going to be a separate hardcore damage mode, I was over the moon, thinking we would finally have a mode where you are forced to drive CAREFULLY, just like a real rally driver. But unfortunately you can still be reckless and not worry too much about damaging your car and jeopardizing your rally. So Codies, PLEASE can you make the Hardcore Damage mode worthy of having the word "Hardcore" in it, and remember everyone who wants a less realistic experience always has the option to turn it off. Thank you.
  19. 7 points
    100% agree: two decent rally games are surely better than one (especially as one features content that is out of reach of the other), so I hope that WRC8 turns out to be good.
  20. 7 points
    Hi all, The FFB update is here full details available at: http://blog.codemasters.com/community/05/dirt-rally-2-0-road-book-16-05-19/ Enjoy! And as the blog says, it's definitely a work in progress. We want to know what you think. Cheers, Christina
  21. 6 points
    It be good if Christina or someone from Codemasters could at least confirm at least another season, then at least we know.
  22. 6 points
    I find it strange as well that so many are angry, furious even, that there's more RX content than rally content in season two. They should either buy a pair of glasses so they can read properly or activate the part in their brain that makes it possible to do research before buying something like the deluxe version for example. It was advertised that season two would focus on RX content and if you didn't read it or didn't use your brain before buying it, it's your own bloody fault. You can't blame the team for your own stupidity. And if you do blame them and call them out, you're even worse than stupid and frankly shouldn't be allowed to play the game because of it. I do still hope to see those DLC cars become available to us modders though. *wink wink nudge nudge* --> Oooooooh hail @ChristinaMc, mother of the Dirt Community and liberator of great news! (too subtle?)
  23. 6 points
    Well I am pretty pleased with that. Was half expecting two RX tracks to come together, but I am interested in every release in season 2... ...and with the gaps that still exist this surely means that we can expect a third season as well.
  24. 6 points
    Believe it or not, most of the forum regulars don't have any ill feelings towards the WRC team. There is no reason for wanting either game to fail, both teams have different qualities to offer. Any good choices they implement will have knock on effects here and you only have to watch the WRC videos to see who their biggest influence has been during their development time.
  25. 6 points
    You don't feel vibrations on smooth tarmac. Don't know where you got that from. I drive a sports car, so the suspension is pretty stiff and I get good feedback off the wheel, and on smooth tarmac there's no vibrations if you drive clean. If you start sliding around burning rubber that's another thing, but the vibrations are barely noticeable. What you do feel, is the wheel trying to counter you, in which case that's Self Aligning Torque / Center Force Feedback. We might be missing Tyre Slip, but as Christina said, this isn't the end.
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