With DIRT 5 just 50 days away from the release, gamers got a first look at the title’s gameplay. A new trailer was released on Wednesday to show players the differences between the current and next-gen consoles. The gameplay shown is for the next-gen console Xbox Series S which is set to be released on November 10.

What Gamers Can Expect with DIRT 5 Gameplay on Xbox Series

The gameplay trailer for DIRT 5 showcases one of their many vehicles going through a Path Finder event in Italy. Their rock bouncer goes through the event for over a minute showing the sites and sounds of the game. The HUD includes track completion percentage,  timer, vehicle speed, and the map of the track.  Different camera views are also available.

This isn’t the first time gamers got to see gameplay footage from the title. They got a preview of the current console gameplay back in June.

We got a glimpse into one of the new features of the game last month with Playgrounds. It allows players to design, create, edit, and race on their own custom tracks. These arenas can also be shared with everyone around the world.

After a delay in the release date, current consoles will have the game released on November 6 through the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Their next-gen version of the game will be released on November 10 just on the Xbox Series consoles. No word on the release date for the PlayStation 5. A Google Stadia version is targeted for release in early 2021.

If gamers want to pre-order DIRT 5, they can do so on the website here. Those who purchase the game on the current consoles will get a free upgrade to the next-gen consoles. For the latest news on DIRT 5 and other racing games, fans can check out our coverage here.


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