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Posted: Sep 12, 2019 @ 12:43 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 10:50 am GMT-0600
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On Tuesday Codemasters released Argolis, Greece for Dirt Rally 2.0. This is 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.

Stage Conditions (General):

Daytime / Clear / Dry Surface
Daytime / Overcast / Dry Surface
Sunset / Cloudy / Dry Surface
Sunset / Heavy Rain / Wet Surface
Dusk / Cloudy / Dry Surface
Night / Clear / Dry Surface

Stage Conditions (Time Trial):

Daytime / Clear / Dry Surface
Sunset / Heavy Rain / Wet Surface

I haven’t had chance to run it yet and see whether I think it’s worth $3.99, but there is certainly more expensive DLC out there.

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