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According to Codemasters have signed a 5-year deal to produce licensed World Rally Championship games starting 2023. The first game is expected to “arrive in its financial year ending March 2024.”

This is an interesting prospect considering that the DiRT Rally 4, DiRT Rally and DiRT Rally 2.0 titles have leaned slightly towards the simulation side in recent years, giving the user a ‘believable’ feeling of driving in one of the most challenging forms of motorsports in existence. For all their flaws (and there are a few), this could also be a hugely enjoyable experience.

The exclusivity is a bit of a disappointing factor in this agreement, as BigBen Interactive were just starting to find their feet and seemed to be on a course of genuine improvement.

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