Dirt Rally 2.0 Reviews
Simply the best rally sim around, building on its predecessor's already fine foundations.
Dirt Rally 2.0 is as tricky to tame as its predecessor but doing so is as satisfying as ever.
A worthy follow-up to a modern classic, Dirt Rally 2.0 offers marked improvements and a driving experience like no other.
An unapologetically hardcore sequel that sacrifices accessibility to appease fans of Codemasters' fledgling racing sim series.
Codemasters delivers another captivating rally title that will have you swearing in fear and delight
Newcomers might surprise themselves how much they really can handle in a tough-as-nails driving sim
DiRT Rally 2.0 might be the best-feeling racer Codemasters has ever produced, but it most definitely is not the best iteration of this long-running series.
If you're looking for a real rally simulator experience, with good control and attention to detail, DiRT Rally 2.0 it's your game. It gives players freedom to play and progress the way they want and, even if you'll miss some features from previous games, if offers an even better control and a superior recreation of the rally races atmosphere.
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Just as Codemaster's competitors were starting to creep towards the digital rallying crown, Dirt Rally 2.0 puts them firmly back in the rear-view mirror. Utterly convincing, enthralling and punishing, Dirt Rally 2 is an exquisite racing sim.
Dirt Rally 2.0 is for hardcore fans of rally racing who demand the most authentic experience from a video game that dares to emulate their sport. That might sound like a hefty endorsement, and it is mostly, but any fan looking for a more casual experience might elect to pull over and exit the vehicle.
DiRT Rally 2.0 is a solid improvement for the rally sim made in Codemasters. The physics and the driving model are top notch, even driving with a joypad, while the lack of a couple of locations and the general aging of the Ego Engine limit the game scope.
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An excellent racing game that is better than the original one... but not bigger.
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If it's realism you're after, DiRT Rally 2.0 is up there with the best rally sims out there. It's just let down a bit by some poor Rallycross AI and intrusive use of its online features, even in single player modes.
The sharp difficulty and rough edges of Dirt Rally 2.0 give way to a rewarding racing model, with a surfeit of meaningful options for the obsessed.
DiRT Rally 2.0 builds upon the original and adds new content to improve the rally simulation experience, but it also continues to repeat the sins of the past.
DiRT Rally 2.0 is a simulator designed for the most hardcore off-road racing fans, and offers one of the most challenging rallying experiences I've ever played. Casual racing fans may shy away at this title, but if you want pure, uncut racing simulation straight into your veins, this is the game for you.
DiRT Rally 2.0 is a worthy successor to DiRT Rally. The driving/car physics, which feel as sophisticated as anything else out there, are only slightly hindered by mediocre force feedback. The tracks and surrounding countryside are gorgeous in their own right; the environmental lighting and shadows serve to make them stunning at times. The addition of Rallycross serves to make DiRT Rally 2.0 two great simulations in one package.
Following on from its predecessor, DiRT Rally 2.0 is the pinnacle of rally on PlayStation 4. The simulation handling is brutal, but a lot of fun to learn and brilliantly satisfying to conquer. The raw driving experience is highly intense as you travel at insane speeds, always verging on disaster. While it's missing some of the more casual-friendly features of DiRT 4, the suite of modes and options will keep any rally fan going for a long time. Even if the sim label puts you off, we'd encourage you to take this for a test drive; it's easily one of the most thrilling racing games in recent years.
DiRT Rally 2.0 far surpasses other rally titles and other games that feature, though don't specialise in rallying. With an extensively detailed roster of cars, where each of them feels, handles and reacts differently, on tracks that actively degrade through constant use, changing the lines you'll have to take, this is a game that will keep you thinking. Best of all, unlike its prequel (to an extent) and other racing sims, it's accessible thanks to a bevy of assists that you can change to suit your needs. A game that only features a few downsides, the primary one being a shallow career mode and some minor bugs here and there. All things considered, DiRT Rally 2.0 is the premier rally experience you could hope to have.