Codemasters have revealed their post-launch content plans for rally simulation Dirt Rally 2.0. In Season One, players will get new cars and three new rally tracks. The Season One officially starts on 12 March 2019 with Skoda Fabia Rally.
Codemasters' rally simulation Dirt Rally 2.0 is set to receive its first seasonal update that will add plenty of new content over the course of eleven weeks. Starting on 12 March 2019, the first additions coming with Season One will be two new rally cars - Skoda Fabia Rally and Citroen C4 Rally.
Rally fans will probably recognize both vehicles as some of the most iconic cars to ever grace the rally tracks. The Citroën C4 Rally was extremely dominant in the late 2000s and features Petter Solberg's livery while The Skoda Fabia Rally was driven by the great Colin McRae.
Both these cars will be available to those who purchased Dirt Rally 2.0 Season Pass or Deluxe Edition. However, each item can also be bought individually. Additionally, those who got either the Season Pass or Deluxe Edition will get access to Season Two content.
Following the two new cars, on 26 March 2019, players will get the first of three upcoming rally tracks. Classic snowy Monte Carlo rally is returning to the series along with the special new livery.
In Week 5 which starts 09 April 2019, Codemasters will introduce two additional rally cars - BMW M1 Procar Rally and Opel Manta 400. This update will also add a new livery.
Furthermore, Sweden Rally and German Rally tracks are coming on 23 April and 21 May 2019 respectively. Between these two additions, players will also get Ford Focus RS Rally 2007, Subaru Impreza and third special livery on 07 May 2019.
Dirt Rally 2.0 is available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and its critics score on Metacritic currently stands at 86 out of 100.