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DIRT 5 Soundtrack – Stormzy, The Chemical Brothers & More in Our Biggest Ever Playlist!

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Music has been a huge factor in previous DIRT titles, particularly DiRT 2 and DiRT 3 – games that we’ve specifically marked as inspirations for this latest entry in the series. Even when we revealed DIRT 5 to the world back in early-May, one of the most asked questions we received has been around the soundtrack. With all that in mind, we knew that music had to be a big focus for DIRT 5 – and it’s time to reveal all!

The DIRT 5 soundtrack brings you over 40 of the best and brightest sounds from multiple genres, from artists around the globe, making it a key part of DIRT 5’s overall style and vibe. Iconic rock acts such as The Killers and New Found Glory; hot new acts like Sports Team, The Mysterines and YUNGBLUD; club legends like The Chemical Brothers and The Prodigy; all that and more has a spot in DIRT 5’s hand-picked, eclectic soundtrack.

In-game, this music will be the backdrop whenever you navigate through DIRT 5’s menus and race setups, and will naturally transition as you load into a race event. Once you’re racing, players will have multiple options for how to listen to the soundtrack. In the pause menu’s audio settings, choose ‘3D’ for the music to dynamically change as you race past speakers and points of interest along the track, or select ‘2D’ to have the music playing consistently through the race. There are, of course, options to adjust the volume levels, including switching the music off.

Check out this of more artists and tracks coming to the biggest and most diverse DIRT soundtrack ever:

American Authors – Microphone (Habitat Remix)
Arkells – Years In The Making
Barns Courtney – Fun Never Ends
Car Seat Headrest – Hollywood
Chaka Khan – Like Sugar
Child of the Parish – Thread The Needles Eye
Dinosaur Pile-Up – Back Foot
EOB: Ed O’Brien – Shangri-La – Spike Stent Edit
Floating Points – LesAlpx
Foals – In Degrees
Hero The Band – Shout
Hockey Dad – I Missed Out
Inhaler – We Have To Move On
Jamie N Commons – Let’s Do It Till We Get It Right
John J Presley – Left
Mason – Dance, Shake, Move
New Found Glory – Hit or Miss
Noisy – Oi ATM
Oh The Larceny – Check It Out
Pearl Jam – Who Ever Said
Sports Team – The Races
Starcrawler – Home Alone
Stormzy – Pop Boy (ft. Aitch)
Tesla – Tied To The Tracks
The Academic – SUPERLIKE
The Amazons – Mother
The Bloody Beetroots + Jet – My Name Is Thunder
The Chemical Brothers – Bango
The Hara – Friends
The Heavy – A Whole Lot of Love
The Killers – Caution
The Mysterines – Gasoline
The Prodigy – Timebomb Zone
The Sherlocks – Magic Man
The Shoes – Time to Dance (Sebastian Remix)
Twin Atlantic – Volcano
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown – Drive Me Mad
Weshly Arms – Never Be The Same
Wolfmother – Chase The Feeling (feat. Chris Cester)

YUNGBLUD – Tin Pan Boy

We’ve compiled all these tracks into a DIRT 5 Spotify playlist for you to save, download and get acquainted with between now and October. This is just the beginning, too – as we head towards launch we’ll have more songs from world-renowned artists to add to DIRT 5’s soundtrack, including exclusives that you’ll hear for the very first time in this game.

Those exclusive tracks and more will also feature in an official soundtrack release, as Codemasters partners with Universal Music to give you a way to stay in the vibe of DIRT 5, wherever you are. A real-world OST, available on music streaming platforms upon DIRT 5’s launch in October, is coming your way – keep an eye on our channels for news on tracks and release details.

DIRT 5 comes to PC and current-gen consoles on October 16, with a FREE upgrade to the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 next-gen versions, when they launch. Players of previous DIRT games can also get a 10% discount on the Amplified Edition across all platforms! Pre-order today at dirtgame.com/dirt5.

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Got Dirt 5 on release Friday here in Australia and initially thought the soundtrack had three or four songs on rotation. That was until I saw the play list in the credits, and confirmed with the above list of tracks. My quandry is......... Where are the rest of the tracks? Doesn't really matter anyway as I've turned down the woeful screeching to barely audible.  Same goes for the godaweful in game sound effects of fireworks, flares, screaming crowds etc. Is it a racing game, or an attempt to destroy gamers eardrums?

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