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  1. Hi!

    DiRT Rally 2.0 v1.3 releases at 11am (BST) today, and with that, RaceNet will go down for maintenance, so please make sure you're not playing the game when 11am comes around, as it could compromise event times etc. being uploaded to the server. We're expecting RaceNet to be up and running by 12pm BST!

     

    Here's what 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

     

    Noticed anything slip through the cracks? Let us know right here. 
     

    Thanks!

     

    Jenny

     

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    Hi all, 

    We've been looking into the issues some of you have been experiencing with accessing your new vehicles in-game, and this has now been resolved. If you have any further issues, please don't hesitate to let us know!

    Thanks,

    Jenny

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  3. Hey, this issue was resolved, but if you redeemed your code and the DLC cars still aren't appearing in game, please email custservice@codemasters.com, including in your email the date and approximate time you redeemed the DLC, and a photo or scan of the page clearly showing your DLC code.

  4. Good afternoon!

    Patch 1.04 has been released for Xbox One, and you can find the patch notes here, and below:

    • Updated the Power Unit and Research and Development tutorial videos 
    • Updated the default ghost cars for the Classic era in Time Trial 
    • Stopped AI cars being teleported to / from the pit lane 
    • Improved Multiplayer bandwidth evaluation 
    • Improved stability in online sessions 
    • Fixed Julian Fébreau being correctly referenced in the broadcast UI (French only) 
    • Correctly limited Xbox One voice communication to the number of players shown during loading 
    • Improved stability and various other fixes

    Something in this patch not working the way it should? Let us know below.
    Please post anything else not related to this patch in the Technical Assistance forums here.

    Thank you!

  5. F1 2018 PATCH NOTES

    We hope you're enjoying playing F1 2018! Below you'll find the patch notes for 1.04, which is being released on Xbox One approximately 2pm BST on the 28/08/2018.

    • Updated the Power Unit and Research and Development tutorial videos 
    • Updated the default ghost cars for the Classic era in Time Trial 
    • Stopped AI cars being teleported to / from the pit lane 
    • Improved Multiplayer bandwidth evaluation 
    • Improved stability in online sessions 
    • Fixed Julian Fébreau being correctly referenced in the broadcast UI (French only) 
    • Correctly limited Xbox One voice communication to the number of players shown during loading 
    • Improved stability and various other fixes
     
    Need help? Come and visit us in our Technical Assistance forums! Something not working the way it should? Tell us in our patch discussion thread here.


  6. Thank you for this - we are investigating, though we'd like as much information about what you're experiencing as possible.

    Could you answer as many of these as possible, and it'll help us:

    http://forums.codemasters.com/discussion/132514/f1-games-technical-assistance-bug-reports-please-read-before-posting 
    • Game Version (Shown on the Start screen in the bottom left hand corner):
    • Game Mode, including if it was Single Player or Multiplayer (Time Trial, Career, Grand Prix, Custom Game etc):
    • If in Multiplayer, how many players and how many AI?:
    • What happened in the lead up to the problem?:
    • If you get an error message, the exact wording of the error message you're receiving:
    • Any accessories you are using (wheel, pad, etc):
    • If you have any videos or screenshots, please share them. If the video is long, please include a timestamp for when the issue appears:


  7. AndyStrat said:
    Hey, sorry you're experiencing issues!

    @DriverNumber22 replied to your topic earlier this afternoon, you can find this reply here: http://forums.codemasters.com/discussion/comment/346351/#Comment_346351 - again, sorry to hear you're experiencing issues.


    I responded to the post but nothing more has been done. I'm still unable to run the game.
    This really is unexceptable and something needs to be done to resolve it.
    I just want to play the game that's all. How can a game be so bad on release with so many issues being posted in the forums.
    It's unfair to us customers who pay for what is mean't to be a great experience but thus far has been a drama with loads of attempted fixes that don't work!
    Hi @AndyStrat, as I said earlier, I'm sorry you're experiencing issues.

    Your issue is currently being investigated, and so that we can get to the bottom of it, we need some information from you in order that we can help you the best we can. If you could send us your hardware settings file, DxDiag and your display setup, we can get looking into this for you and help you out.

  8. Hey, sorry you're experiencing issues!

    @DriverNumber22 replied to your topic earlier this afternoon, you can find this reply here: http://forums.codemasters.com/discussion/comment/346351/#Comment_346351 - again, sorry to hear you're experiencing issues.



  9. Hey guys! This is up on our blog here - here's the full classic car list of F1 2018!

    We’ve been teasing you with the classic cars for F1® 2018 for a few weeks now, and today, we’re very happy to be showing you the full roster of classic cars in F1 2018, the official videogame of the 2018 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™. With F1 2018, we’re introducing a new class of six iconic cars from the 1970s and the 1980s, as well as the already announced 2009 Brawn and 2003 Williams. Oh, and don’t forget all of the classic cars from F1 2017! Watch the reveal below, or you can check it out on our YouTube channel here

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBx4rMeoN3Q

    These cars include James Hunt’s legendary 1976 championship winning McLaren M23D and Niki Lauda’s Ferrari 312 T2, both of which featured in ‘Rush’ (2013).  

    They are joined by two Championship winning Lotus cars: Emerson Fittipaldi’s 1972 Lotus and Mario Andretti’s 1978 Lotus 79.  

    The 1979 Ferrari 312 T4, as driven by Jody Scheckter as he beat teammate Gilles Villeneuve to the title, and the 1982 McLaren MP4/1B driven by John Watson and Lauda make up the class.   




    Of course, in addition to the six historic cars from the 1970s and 1980s, all twelve classics that featured in F1 2017 are also included – and if you needed a reminder of those, there’s a full list just below! F1 2018’s line up is completed by the two modern classics from the 2000s (2009 Brawn BGP-001 & 2003 Williams FW25) that are available in the exclusive Headline Edition of F1 2018 at launch, and later as DLC*. Missed the Headline Edition reveal? You can watch it here!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Evw0Q8UtM2g


     “We are delighted to bring 20 classic cars to F1 2018,” Game Director Lee Mather, said “The classics were extremely popular in last year’s game so we naturally wanted to offer our players even more choice this time. The 70s and 80s cars offer a whole new challenge and compared to the modern day cars. They look and sound incredible.” 

    And we have a full list of the classic cars in F1 2018 here: 

    NEW CLASSIC CARS:
    1970s and Early 1980s: 
    1972 Lotus 72D
    1976 Ferrari 312 T2
    1976 McLaren M23D
    1978 Lotus 79 
    1979 Ferrari 312 T4 
    1982 McLaren MP4/1B 

    Returning from F1 2017 
    2010 Red Bull RB6 
    2008 McLaren MP4-23 
    2007 Ferrari F 2007 
    2006 Renault R26 
    2004 Ferrari F2004 
    2002 Ferrari F2002 
    1998 McLaren MP4-13 
    1996 Williams FW18 
    1995 Ferrari 412T2 
    1992 Williams FW14 
    1991 McLaren MP4/6 
    1988 McLaren MP4/4 

    2 New ‘Tier 1’ Classic Cars*: 
    2009 Brawn BGP-001 
    2003 Williams FW25 

    * Both cars are exclusive DLC content for pre-order/Day 1 “Headline Edition” Digital & Boxed (DLC sold after 60 days). 


    F1 2018 will release onto PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X and Windows PC (DVD and via Steam) worldwide on Friday 24th August 2018. Like the sound of that? You can pre-order F1 2018 here:
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