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Dirt 5 update 2.0 now out, fixes low geometry bug on Xbox Series X and more

Published: 18:32, 22 December 2020
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DIRT 5

Codemasters have released a new patch for their racer Dirt 5. One of the notable improvements is a fix for low geometry bug which was exclusive for Xbox Series X.

New Dirt 5 patch, which includes several bug fixes and performance improvements is now live on all platforms - PC, PlayStation and Xbox.

The patch brings Snow Limits free content pack with new Playground items, liveries, new Ice Breaker circuit, new customisation items and the option for Snowy conditions in Playgrounds.

On top of this, those who prefer wheels over keyboards and controllers will be happy to hear that wheel support has been added to the game with extensive selection of wheels supported including Thrustmaster, Logitech and some Fantec devices.

Xbox Series X owners will be happy to hear that a low geometry bug which occured in Frame Rate/120Hz mode on the console has been purged. The headlights will look better than ever before.

Additionally, the developers improved frame-rate when using Image Quality mode on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Those dips below 30 FPS should be the thing of past. 

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As for PC players, Codemasters already released another patch, 2.00.1, which fixes issue causing players who've completed every Career to be unable to access the mode and brings further performance improvements for Nvidia GPUs.

You can check out the full patch notes for both updates on the official Codemasters blog.

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