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The dusty roads of Greece beckon with the latest DiRT Rally 2.0 content

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It’s Week 3 of Season 3 in the world of DiRT Rally 2.0 and that means racers are yet again being treated to some gorgeous new content – and this time round it’s a trip to Greece that we’re getting!

Rocking up into the usual digital stores right now is the DiRT Rally 2.0 Greece (Rally Location) DLC Pack. Priced at not a penny short of £3.19, this latest content addition for Codemasters stunning rally racer comes hot on the heels of the Week 1 content that provided access to the famous SUBARU Impreza (2001) and Ford Focus RS Rally 2001.

But whilst the last drop was all about the cars, this time we’re chatting locales, and with Greece we’ll be found hooning it up and down the dustiest of roads, dodging rocks, hoping for no landslides and pushing on in order to beat the clock.

Promising to be seen as one of the most gruelling and demanding of rally landscapes, except to find reduced visibility due to the dust thrown up by those cars ahead of you, ensuring that leaving the gates in a timely manner is crucial to any success.

If you wish to pack your bags and head to Greece for a little vacation then getting yourself over to the usual digital stores is the way to go. Of course, should you have previously purchased the Super Deluxe Edition of DiRT Rally 2.0 then you’ll find instant access. Otherwise, an individual purchase is on the cards.

However you make that trip to Greece though is not important – all we really care about is whether or not you’ll be up for the challenge. Make sure you let us know by posting in the comments.

DLC Description:

Always presenting itself as one of the most gruelling rally locations on any race calendar, stages in Greece feature dusty roads and hidden rocks, capable of severely damaging cars that cut corners or run too wide in the wrong places. The dusty conditions mean visibility can become an issue for drivers further down the running order.

Neil Watton
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