It’s been a long and winding road for DiRT Rally 2.0 players, with the base game having first released in February 2019, and then content drops occurring on a near fortnightly basis since. But more content brings more opportunity and a couple of weeks after taking a trip to the iconic Lydden Hill we now welcome three new rally beasts to the track.
Available to purchase and add into your DiRT Rally 2.0 game are three new cars that just ooze rally pedigree – the Peugeot 208 WRX, Ford Fiesta RXS Evo S, and the stunning Audi S1 EKS RX Quattro.
Priced up at £1.19 each, or available automagically as part of the DiRT Rally 2.0 Super Deluxe Edition which throws in all content from Season 3 and 4 for good measure, these three new motors will most certainly be found appealing to rally and motorsport fans.
The first of the three, the Audi S1 EKS RS Quattro needs absolutely no introduction, having seen a return to the scene in 2019 with ex-EKS drivers Andreas Bakkerud and Krizstian Szabo. The two EKS drivers were joined by Liam Doran, who made his full-time return to the series after a brief period away from the sport. This is a vehicle that has been based on the 2018 car, but with the Quattro name attached, you can immediately see the draw.
From there we have the Peugeot 208 WRX, a motor that first tasted victory at Mettet in Belgium. Fast, stable, and able to hit the corners with ease, this is one car that allows those with a smooth driving style to taste success. And finally the Ford Fiesta RXS Evo S arrives, with its bespoke carbon fibre body and unique internals. Expect something very special from this car indeed.
Should you be in the market for some new vehicles being added to DiRT Rally 2.0, or just need an excuse to head back to Codemasters brilliant rally experience once more, then getting access to this latest content drop should be a matter of urgency. Head over to the Xbox Store, the PlayStation Store or however you get your PC fix, pay up the required cash, and enjoy the dirt roads once more.
And when you’re done with the Audi, the Ford and the Peugeot, keep an eye out for further car drops soon – Week 9 of Season 4 promises to bring more cars, before Week 11 closes things with another three. We’ll be sure to remind you when they all arrive though.