During the first Xbox Series X Inside Xbox 20/20 event yesterday, Codemasters announced Dirt 5 and it looks awesome. The game has been built for next-gen hardware and features intense offroad racing and gorgeous visuals. In a post-show interview with the developers, Codemasters revealed Dirt 5 career mode includes voice work from Troy Baker and Nolan North.
According to the details, Dirt 5 will feature a full-fledged career mode. Players will make decisions that change the game’s narrative and see their racing career come to life. Codemasters hired Troy Baker and Nolan North to lead the voice work in the game. In addition, Codemasters claims the game features familiar names from the car culture world too.
Dirt 5 marks a big step for the franchise. Released in 1998, the next-gen game will take players to new locations as they race through intense weather and environments. The next instalment looks nothing like past games in the series. In addition, the game features a new 12-player multiplayer and objective-based modes as well as four-player split-screen.
Catch up on all the games revealed during the Xbox Series X stream yesterday here.
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