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  1. SlowSwede

    DiRT Rally 2.0: Seasons 3 & 4

    Of course, should have noticed that before. Well all aboard the hype train then. Keeping my fingers crossed for a official livery (White from 99, silver from 00, silver/red from 01-02 or red from 03. Anyone would be great, but hoping for silver/red)
  2. SlowSwede

    DiRT Rally 2.0: Seasons 3 & 4

    Great content in season 3! Will definitely buy. Regarding Peugeot 206 Rally, isn’t the car we all want called 206 WRC?! Since its releases on the same day as a 2WD Golf it would be nice with a clarification.
  3. Wrote about this bug on the previous page. Since then it has also occured in R5 custom championship. Deleted all saved events/championships to make sure its not related to old save files. Still happens, this time btw 4th and 5th round. Used the Skoda but got the Fiesta, which is the first selectable car in the R5 list. Was able to revert back two rounds later.
  4. PS4, using latest update; When running my custom championship (2000cc class) I sometimes do not get the car selection screen between events. When this happens the C4 gets "selected" for me. I always use the 2008 Impreza. The first time this happened I was forced to complete two consecutive events before getting the car selection screen. I have played multiple instances of R5 custom champs without this bug occurring.
  5. SlowSwede

    DiRT Rally 2.0 Confirmed Car List

    Keeping my fingers crossed for real world official liveries for C4, Fabia and Focus 2007. I actually drive the Group A Escort Cosworth more in DR2.0 compared to DR1, partly due to the Ford Motorsport livery. Silly, but true.
  6. After having run two rounds of the opening championship in career mode (open?) my feeling is that its not enough stages taking place mid day. The typical format is 4 stages: 1 dusk, 1 dawn, 1 night and 1 mid day. Looking at real world world rallies a majority of stages take place in full daytime lightning conditions. I do not recall that this was the case in DR1 The headlights are amongst the first parts to be damaged by rather small impacts and this affects the driving a lot, perhaps a design choice to reward careful driving from the start? Does this theme continue in later career championships also (with 8-10 stage rallies)?