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Posted: Sep 28, 2020 @ 09:26 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:08 pm GMT-0600
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Codemasters today deployed what should be the last update to DiRT Rally 2.0. DiRT 5 is due to be released soon, but the next official rally title will be when they take over the WRC licensed from Kylotonn in 2023 (both WRC 10 and WRC 11 are still to come from Kylotonn over the next couple of years).

Patch notes below video.


New car: Ford Fiesta R5 MKII

Car is available to all players in modes outside of My Team.
To unlock the car for use in My Team, take part in a DiRT Rally 2.0 World Series Qualifier and you’ll get it when the Event Week ends.


Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 – Updated engine audio based on new recordings of real-world car.
Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 – Updated rear-view mirrors to show reflected images.
Ford Escort MK2 – Updated rear-view mirrors to show reflected images.
Porsche 911 RGT Rally Spec – Updated rear-view mirrors to show reflected images.

FIA World Rallycross Championship:

Removed AI driver names which were mistakenly appearing when using 2019-spec cars.

Colin McRae Scenarios:

Resolved issue where Used tyres were displaying as New in Service Areas.


Added ability to select Paraguay as a driver nationality.
Made various minor (not notable) bugfixes across the game.

This is currently the final update planned for DiRT Rally 2.0.

The Ford Fiesta R5 MKII will be unlocked for all players to purchase in My Team Garage menu in early 2021, however this does not require a game update.

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