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POLL | DiRT Rally 2.0 Season 3, 4 and more DLCs  

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  1. 1. Are you interested in having more seasons for DiRT Rally 2.0? Which ones?

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29 minutes ago, SkyRex said:

With the current way I would predict something like this for the next months:

Season3

1/2 remaining RX (for full official calendar)

1/2 remaining old rallies,  Finland or Greece

1 new Rally (Betting Mexico, since the flags are ingame)

Season 4

2/2 remaining RX

2/2 remaining Rally

New Rally, maybe Ireland or Japan

I hope you’re right but i would be utterly gobsmacked if we got any new rally’s, based on the  dlc so far.

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No way will there be any new rallies given what we've had in terms of DLC so far has been what was in DR1

The best we'll get is Greece and / or Finland

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On 17/05/2019 at 16:53, Riggs said:

Bon, cela fait longtemps que l'on discute beaucoup de ce sujet, et il est temps de faire fonctionner les statistiques pour que tout le monde puisse savoir de quoi il en retourne.

La saison 3 est presque garantie, à condition qu'il y ait suffisamment de contenu suggéré pour remplir cette saison. Cependant, il n'y a absolument rien dans une saison 4 hypothétique, et c'est là que nous intervenons.

Achèteriez-vous une saison 4+ et quel contenu aimeriez-vous voir à partir de cette saison? Postez vos suggestions et idées, car il reste BEAUCOUP à ajouter dans ce jeu.

 

Voici quelques idées:

- Super spéciales pour chaque rallye, comme dans DiRT3 et les titres précédents. Ils sont similaires aux circuits RX et fournissent une expérience Head 2 Head (voir ici:  https://youtu.be/ufNz_YQJ9fg  )

- Deux autres longues étapes pour chaque rallye, afin d'améliorer la variété. Cela ferait un total de 4 longues étapes par rallye.

- Nouveaux rallyes, en plus des DR1 manquants. Ex: Portugal, Corse, San Remo, Kenya, etc.

- Classe automobile 2000cc du début des années 2000 (Peugeot 206 WRC 2001, Citroen Xsara T4 WRC 2001, Ford Focus WRC 2001, Subaru Impreza WRC 2001, Subaru Impreza WRC 1997-2000, etc.)

- Physique du tarmac 2.0.

- Le pneu se caractérise par des taux d’usure étendus et modifiés afin de rendre les mélanges Medium et Hard pertinents.

- Meilleur système météo, avec la possibilité de fournir différentes conditions pendant une étape, comme cela arrivait parfois en D4 (doit être synchronisé pour tout le monde en multijoueur). 

- Amélioration du mode spectateur / mode photo.

- Sports électroniques chaque année, tout au long d’une saison, comme dans la vie réelle.

 

Vous ne pouvez pas penser à autre chose pour le moment, alors remplissez ce sujet de vos suggestions. Numéro 1, 2 et 3 est déjà beaucoup de travail 😉 

 

 

Moi j'aimerais voir une ultime spéciale (exemple au Monté Carlo - Pra d'Alart + Vallée descendante réunies en une spéciale idem de l'autre côté) et sa pour tout les rallyes 

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natürlich möchte ich mehr Rallye Inhalte!

vorallem: die ganzen ERC Rallyes darauf hat bisher noch keiner eine Lizenz! auch nicht BigBen!

die ERC-Azores wäre sehr cool!

und die Rally ČZ Barum in der Tschechien wäre mega nice mit vielen Orts-Durchfahrten!

eigentlich alle Rallyes die es bislang noch in keinem Spiel gab!

vor allem die kleinen nationale Rallyes in Deutschland und anderen Ländern wären nett! 👍🏼😉

 

 

Fahrzeuge: ganz klar die Toyota Celica und Corolla!

 

dann natürlich den Mini Countryman.

Aber auch den Citroen Saxo VTS!

 

und die bei Rallyefahrern beliebten BMW's nicht zu vergessen!

 

sowie die Fahrzeuge aus den deutschen Volvo Cup und Trabant Cup!!!   ..das wäre wirklich mega!

der Lada darf auch nicht fehlen  und der Ford Focus von Carlo Sainz in Martini Lakierung! sowie Martini Lakierung für Lancia Stratos und Lancia Delta etc.

..sowas gab es bislang in keinem Spiel!!!!

 

und klar: eine echte Safari Rallye wie früher zu Zeiten Walter Röhl wäre geil!

Bitte erhört mich und bringt diese Fahrzeuge und Rallyes, dafür wäre ich auch bereit Geld zu zahlen!

wenn die Rallye Strecken gut sind!

wenn man auf Asphalt Strecken durch Kurven fährt dann ist dort viel Schmutz auf der Straße!

alles muss noch viel natürlicher werden!

 

strengt Euch an, ich bin gespannt was hiervon umgesetzt wird!

 

eine Rallye ČZ Barum wäre Mega geil!!!  👍🏼😉

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For my next season I want to see 

1. Malasyia Rally

2. Japan Rally

3. Chille Rally

4. I20 hyuandai

5. More random stages on every current map

6. Fog!

7. Shattered glass!

Nothing to do with rallycross, it's to boring and repetiive and it has weak ai, if anything let us change ai difficulty

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Question is - at which point will further seasons prove to be unprofitable? I can't imagine there are many users buying every single DLC over just purchasing the Deluxe Edition, and each Deluxe Edition purchase is one less reason to put out DLC, since it increases the amount of people that get it for free.

There are three possible outs - either nothing changes, the amount of DLC will grow until all support stops at some point; or Codies introduce a "second season pass" (pretty hard to sell, given that we're on the third season, but that's what a lot of games do). Or there is some massive change to the DLC structure, which I'm definitely hoping for.

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We are still in the second season as of now.

And why exactly is a second season pass hard to sell after the deluxe content dropped?

Wouldn't be the first game the last few years.

Games tend to get more and longer support these days.

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7 hours ago, Yaggings said:

Question is - at which point will further seasons prove to be unprofitable? I can't imagine there are many users buying every single DLC over just purchasing the Deluxe Edition, and each Deluxe Edition purchase is one less reason to put out DLC, since it increases the amount of people that get it for free.

There are three possible outs - either nothing changes, the amount of DLC will grow until all support stops at some point; or Codies introduce a "second season pass" (pretty hard to sell, given that we're on the third season, but that's what a lot of games do). Or there is some massive change to the DLC structure, which I'm definitely hoping for.

Deluxe edition users don't get the DLC for free - the deluxe edition cost US$20 more than the base game. so you get the DLC at a discounted rate, but absolutely not for free. 

and we're in season 2 now, not 3. anything after season 2 isn't included in the deluxe edition. deluxe edition includes only seasons 1 and 2. if they do a season 3 even deluxe edition users will have to purchase that additional season.

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On 7/4/2019 at 5:36 AM, SkyRex said:

With the current way I would predict something like this for the next months:

Season3

1/2 remaining RX (for full official calendar)

1/2 remaining old rallies,  Finland or Greece

1 new Rally (Betting Mexico, since the flags are ingame)

Season 4

2/2 remaining RX

2/2 remaining Rally

New Rally, maybe Ireland or Japan

ya, the way they're spread out like this seems likely. if you're CM you want people to buy the pass for season 3 and 4, and the best way to do that is to spread the different types of content (DR1 remasters, RX tracks, and new rally locations if they exist) across the two seasons.

however, I feel like we're not getting any more new rally locations. just a hunch. I think the Mexico flag theory is wrong and those flags are just in the game because they were working on a landrush mode that got scrapped a long time before release.

if there are new rally locations coming, Jon said on Twitter or something that Ireland wouldn't be one of them

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11 hours ago, UnderclassGDfan said:

And why exactly is a second season pass hard to sell after the deluxe content dropped?

Because I would expect a Dirt Rally 2.0 player to have more wit than someone buying Battlefield, CoD, or any other "AAA" game that does multiple season passes. Maybe I'm wrong. But given that there's a lot of people already complaining about DLC, doubling-down on it with a second pass would be akin to shooting yourself in the foot.

11 hours ago, Tranzitive said:

Deluxe edition users don't get the DLC for free - the deluxe edition cost US$20 more than the base game. so you get the DLC at a discounted rate, but absolutely not for free.  

and we're in season 2 now, not 3. anything after season 2 isn't included in the deluxe edition. deluxe edition includes only seasons 1 and 2. if they do a season 3 even deluxe edition users will have to purchase that additional season.

If that's the case, then I'm not seeing a bright future here. I definitely won't be paying additional cash on top of the Deluxe Edition.

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5 hours ago, Yaggings said:

If that's the case, then I'm not seeing a bright future here. I definitely won't be paying additional cash on top of the Deluxe Edition.

wait so you thought all this time that the deluxe edition got you all the DLC for free?

it says very clearly in the game description on both ps4 and steam (probably ~85% of the user base) that it includes season 1 and 2 content. why would you assume anything more?

anyways, you do you 🙂

I'm sure as hell paying for it.

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On 7/11/2019 at 2:51 PM, Yaggings said:

If that's the case, then I'm not seeing a bright future here. I definitely won't be paying additional cash on top of the Deluxe Edition.

for me it depends on what content is in Season 3, if they do one.

i think they really need to bring at least some new content for a 3rd season. i was fine - as i'm sure most people were - with having recycled content from DR1 for S1 and S2. but to charge 80 bucks for the deluxe edition, then another 20-25 bucks for a 3rd season if season 3 also has entirely recycled content ... don't think that will go down very well with a lot of people.

as it is only 3/10 rally locations are new (Argentina, Poland, and New Zealand). if they did Greece and Finland, and then one more completely new location as the 3 locations in season 3 i *might* be tempted to buy it.

in terms of cars they really need some new cars too. or at least fan-favorites. already it looks like we might get the 2001 Subaru and 2001 Focus if they do season 3, which again are recycled cars. i think they really need to add the new Fiesta R5 and the i20 R5, people seem to really want those two cars (as do i). 

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In my opinion the updated DR locations have been of a very high quality. I like them better than the base game DR2 locations and also better than the original DR versions. I'd be very happy to pay for Finland and Greece.

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14 hours ago, chukonu said:

In my opinion the updated DR locations have been of a very high quality. I like them better than the base game DR2 locations and also better than the original DR versions. I'd be very happy to pay for Finland and Greece.

Yep! I'd love (and pay!) to drive on a updated Finland track with no more moon gravity or a gravel's hell as Greece, in DR2!

I really hope in a future season (even priced) with those 2 stages...

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18 hours ago, Tranzitive said:

as it is only 3/10 rally locations are new (Argentina, Poland, and New Zealand). if they did Greece and Finland, and then one more completely new location as the 3 locations in season 3 i *might* be tempted to buy it.

I guess you must hate the WRC series and, like, every motorsports sim series ever, as those essentially release the same tracks over and over again

but if we're really counting like that, then DR1 had only 4 new locations then, because Monte Carlo and Finland were in Dirt 3.

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yeah it does get boring driving the same tracks over and over. especially with Dirt Rally which is not tied to the WRC license, why not give us some new and unique locations, or at least locations that haven't been in previous games?

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3 hours ago, Tranzitive said:

yeah it does get boring driving the same tracks over and over. especially with Dirt Rally which is not tied to the WRC license, why not give us some new and unique locations, or at least locations that haven't been in previous games?

2 more long stages per existing rally would be so good

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19 minutes ago, Riggs said:

2 more long stages per existing rally would be so good

how do you block that content off to people who haven't bought it though?

or do you make it free and swallow the financial loss?

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12 minutes ago, ianism said:

how do you block that content off to people who haven't bought it though?

or do you make it free and swallow the financial loss?

The same way you block the DLC Rallies. Plus, there's also the "if the host owns it, everyone can play it" policy which will allow non-buyers to demo it.

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On 7/12/2019 at 11:57 AM, Tranzitive said:

for me it depends on what content is in Season 3, if they do one.

i think they really need to bring at least some new content for a 3rd season. i was fine - as i'm sure most people were - with having recycled content from DR1 for S1 and S2. but to charge 80 bucks for the deluxe edition, then another 20-25 bucks for a 3rd season if season 3 also has entirely recycled content ... don't think that will go down very well with a lot of people.

as it is only 3/10 rally locations are new (Argentina, Poland, and New Zealand). if they did Greece and Finland, and then one more completely new location as the 3 locations in season 3 i *might* be tempted to buy it.

in terms of cars they really need some new cars too. or at least fan-favorites. already it looks like we might get the 2001 Subaru and 2001 Focus if they do season 3, which again are recycled cars. i think they really need to add the new Fiesta R5 and the i20 R5, people seem to really want those two cars (as do i). 

3/10? Where the same Spain, US and Australia stages present in another dirt game?

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30 minutes ago, Opassac said:

3/10? Where the same Spain, US and Australia stages present in another dirt game?

yes - Dirt 4.

USA (called Michigan in D4 but 'New England' in DR2). Also you can see the player using a car that was included in the base game in D4 but that we most likely will have to pay for in DR2.

 

Spain - also using a car that is paid content in DR2 but that was free in D4:

 

and here is Australia:

 

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24 minutes ago, Tranzitive said:

yes - Dirt 4.

USA (called Michigan in D4 but 'New England' in DR2). Also you can see the player using a car that was included in the base game in D4 but that we most likely will have to pay for in DR2.

Spain - also using a car that is paid content in DR2 but that was free in D4:

and here is Australia:

 

but none of the actual turns are the same! and the physics are different. that's why I said comparing the DR2 locations to D4 and saying there's "only" 3 new ones is essentially the same as saying there were actually only 4 new locations in DR1, because Monte Carlo and Finland were also in Dirt 3. it's different physics and different turns, but they have the same names. you could even argue it down to 3 new locations for DR1 because Sweden is basically the same as Norway in D3.

it's probably worth pointing out that all the assets in the New England stages in DR2 are different from the ones in Michigan in D4, except for the signposts! sure, the trees are kind of the same colour, but that's it.

1 hour ago, Riggs said:

The same way you block the DLC Rallies. Plus, there's also the "if the host owns it, everyone can play it" policy which will allow non-buyers to demo it.

ya, but what do you do for the community events, which swallow a huge portion of players' time? 

do they only use the "old" roads? or do they include the new ones too? I don't think it's as easy as with a different location.

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1 hour ago, Tranzitive said:

yes - Dirt 4.

USA (called Michigan in D4 but 'New England' in DR2). Also you can see the player using a car that was included in the base game in D4 but that we most likely will have to pay for in DR2.

 

Spain - also using a car that is paid content in DR2 but that was free in D4:

 

and here is Australia:

 

But they are different stages... I haven't played d4, but as far as i know, it as only procedural generated stages, so i think it's unfair saying they are the same locations just because it's the same country... I have written once that CM should start planning making stages in Burkina Faso, Faroé islands, uzbekistan, Andorra and other strange places so they aren't accused of recycling old content...

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5 minutes ago, Opassac said:

But they are different stages... I haven't played d4, but as far as i know, it as only procedural generated stages, so i think it's unfair saying they are the same locations just because it's the same country... I have written once that CM should start planning making stages in Burkina Faso, Faroé islands, uzbekistan, Andorra and other strange places so they aren't accused of recycling old content...

yes they were procedurally-generated stages but look at the videos for Spain and Aus in particular, a lot of sections are identical to what we have in the current game. this is not entirely bad as it actually shows they did a good job of doing procedural generation using sections from real-life tracks with Dirt 4. but it doesn't change the fact they've basically re-used the same stages and locations for DR2.0.

watching those videos now i think they did a great job with 'New England' in the current game as there are a lot more roadside assets and the general 'atmosphere' (for want of a better word) of the location is much much better in the current game compared to Dirt 4. but again, it's the same location and the general look is the same. it's basically 'Michigan remastered'.

don't get me wrong, remastered stages are good up to a point but i think with only 30% of the locations being brand new they're kind of pushing it a bit. 

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15 minutes ago, Tranzitive said:

yes they were procedurally-generated stages but look at the videos for Spain and Aus in particular, a lot of sections are identical to what we have in the current game. this is not entirely bad as it actually shows they did a good job of doing procedural generation using sections from real-life tracks with Dirt 4. but it doesn't change the fact they've basically re-used the same stages and locations for DR2.0.

watching those videos now i think they did a great job with 'New England' in the current game as there are a lot more roadside assets and the general 'atmosphere' (for want of a better word) of the location is much much better in the current game compared to Dirt 4. but again, it's the same location and the general look is the same. it's basically 'Michigan remastered'.

don't get me wrong, remastered stages are good up to a point but i think with only 30% of the locations being brand new they're kind of pushing it a bit. 

I understand your point althought i don't agreed with it. In my opinion, they are completely different stages... I'm sure some of the roadside assets are used in different locations and in different games and i have no problem with that... Hell, even if they where the same locations, i wouldn't mind it, if they where doing a good job in remastering them ( like they are doing with the DLC's). F1 2019 tracks are the same as in 2018, and i'm sure i will buy it, without a problem...

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