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Posted: Aug 8, 2019 @ 09:32 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 10:31 am GMT-0600
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Codemasters today released v1.7 of DiRT Rally 2.0. This adds VR support to the title along with the DirtFish Test Drive Location.

Here are the full patch notes, copied from the Codemasters blog:


Added support for OpenVR (Steam version only)


New Location: DirtFish (Test Drive only)
New Livery: DirtFish – SUBARU WRX STI NR4
New Livery: DirtFish – Opel Adam R2
New Livery: DirtFish – Ford Fiesta OMSE SuperCar Lites
New Livery: DirtFish – BMW E30 M3 Evo Rally
New Livery: Per-Inge Walfridsson – Lancia Stratos


Resolved issue where negative times were being displayed on Leaderboards.

My Team:

Tyre compound choice will no longer reset to Medium after every Stage.


Added support for more scheduling options when setting up Club Championships.


Added Turbocharger audio to Lancia Delta S4 (Rally).
Resolved texture error on Ford Escort RS Cosworth.
Resolved texture error with bonnet underside on Citroën C3 R5.
Resolved issue with Porsche 911 RGT Rally Spec’s brake lights not working.
Resolved issue with Snow Tyres not visually attaching to axles of Volkswagen Polo R5.
Improved appearance of ŠKODA Fabia Rally (Up to 2000cc) tail lights and spoiler.


Bikernieki, Latvia – Corrected grid slot ordering for Rallycross Heats
Bikernieki, Latvia – Resolved issue where starting lights would not activate.
Bikernieki, Latvia – Resolved collision issue with specific rumble strip.
Łęczna County, Poland – Improved lighting effects on grass.
Łęczna County, Poland – Corrected time of sunset from 04:16 to 18:55.


Resolved issue where Engine Upgrades 5 and 6 for Peugeot 205 T16 Rallycross were inverted.
Resolved issue where ghost targets were not tracking correctly on Stage progress bars.


Added new Achievement – The Home Favourite – Win in Latvia in the Reinis Nitišs Ford Fiesta Rallycross (MK7)
Added new Achievement – Mr Rallycross – Win 3 Rallycross Events in the Ford RS200 Evolution
Added new Achievement – The Hills are Alive… – Complete an Event in Wales
Added new Achievement – SEND IT – Win at Estering in Kevin Eriksson’s Ford Fiesta Rallycross (MK8)
Made fixes to certain issues preventing “Adaptable” from unlocking.


Portuguese – Correction to text translation of “Hard Tyres”.
German – Correction to text message for when users load a Tuning Setup.
Spanish – Corrected co-driver callouts for certain turns on Polish stages.


Added official support for Fanatec ClubSport Steering Wheel Formula V2 (AO) on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
General stability improvements and minor bug fixes throughout the game.

And finally, some updates on hot topics within the DiRT community:

There are no plans to add PlayStation VR support to DiRT Rally 2.0.
Issues where audio cuts out mid-Stage are currently being worked on and should be resolved in a future update.
Issues where Tuning Setups revert to default when taking part in Club Events are are currently being worked on and are expected to be resolved in the next update (1.8).

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