The Codemasters developer certainly gives players the feeling that the last opus of the Dirt franchise will bring the most diverse and most realistic tracks. As an additional proof, the developer has published new gameplay images of a timed trial taking place in the snowy mountains of Norway.
Not only will the fans not be used to the place, but the track, Ice Breakers, is also, because its full is made of thick and slippery ice. As a result, this leads to ridiculously long streaks, but potentially some car accidents along the way.
“Variety is a major aspect of our approach to Dirt 5,” said development director Robert Karp in the trailer press release. “Ice Breakers is one of these new additions and offers a completely different gameplay feeling.” In addition to the gameplay, if viewers look closely, sunny weather slowly turns into a foggy snowstorm. Players can then see almost all the snowflakes that strike the windshield-which we find very impressive.
In relation : Will Dirt 5 are released on PS5 and Xbox Series X?
The runners can soon get their cars in this ice tundra, because Dirt 5 will be released on October 6 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia and PC.