DiRT 4




Minimum System Requirements

Processor : Core 2 Quad
Graphics Card : 1 GB DDR3 Dx11
RAM : 4 GB
Setup Size : 18 GB
Genre : Car Racing
Release Year : 2017

DiRT 4


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DiRT 4 is a rally-themed car racing video game developed by Codemasters. It is the twelfth game in the Colin McRae Rally series and the sixth title to carry the Dirt name. The game was released for Microsoft WindowsPlayStation 4 and Xbox One in June 2017, and for macOS and Linux in March 2019 by Feral Interactive. Dirt 4 is a racing game focused on rallying. Players compete in timed stage events on tarmac and off-road terrain in varying weather conditions. Rally stages span five locations: Fitzroy in Australia, Tarragona in Spain, Michigan in the United States, Värmland in Sweden and Powys in Wales. Cars are drawn from a wide variety of competition classes and time periods, such as the Group B cars of the 1980s, Group A and Group N cars from the 1990s and 2000s, and Group R cars from the 2010s.

A sequel, Dirt 5, was announced in May 2020 with an October 2020 release date.


The game does not feature World Rally Cars or any elements associated with the World Rally ChampionshipDirt 4 introduces a new feature called “Your Stage” that procedurally generates rally stages based on a setting and parameters that the player defines.[3] As the game does not feature any licensed content for its rally mode, Your Stage is used to generate all of the stages that the player drives on in career mode.

The game features rallycross racing and carries a FIA World Rallycross Championship license. It includes five rallycross circuits: Lydden Hill Race Circuit in Great Britain, Höljesbanan in Sweden, Lånkebanen in Norway, the Circuit de Lohéac in France and the Pista Automóvel de Montalegre in Portugal. Lohéac and Montalegre are new to the series. Both rallycross Supercars and RX Lites are included. The game also features multiplayer and cross-platform leaderboards.[3] Landrush mode returns, featuring stadium trucks and buggy racing, with stages from locations in California, Nevada and Mexico.[4] Just like its predecessor Dirt RallyDirt 4 includes Steam Workshop for the PC version. Dirt 4 sees the return of the popular Dirt 3 mode “Joyride” which features multiplayer mini games.

Dirt 4 builds upon the team management systems introduced in Dirt Rally and Grid Autosport, with the player hiring personnel to repair the car, oversee the day-to-day operations, and boost the team’s profile to secure new sponsors. Players are also able to buy and sell new and used cars, with previous results and accident histories affecting the resale value of the car.

Development and release

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Rally drivers Kris Meeke (top) and Petter Solberg (middle) were consulted on the game’s handling model, whilst former WRC co-driver Nicky Grist (bottom) lent his voice and likeness as one of the default co-drivers (alongside Jen Horsey).

Dirt 4 was developed by UK-based video game company Codemasters.[3] Codemasters consulted with rally drivers Kris Meeke and Petter Solberg on the game’s handling model.[5] The game features co-driver and commentator voice work from professional co-drivers Nicky Grist and Jen Horsey.[5]

The game was announced in January 2017. It was released on Microsoft WindowsPlayStation 4, and Xbox One on 6 June 2017 in North America,[3] and on 9 June 2017 in European regions. The Linux and macOS versions were launched by Feral Interactive in March 2019.