Dirt 4 is set to come to macOS and Linux this year in 2019, as announced by Feral Interactive. Dirt 4 was released back in June of 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Though now it seems that the game is coming on other operating systems as well.
Dirt 4 is developed by Codemasters originally for PC and console players by making many games in the series backing from 2007. The announcement is to attract more players in the game by providing more platforms where the game can be played on.
Dirt 4 will see players in the intense thrill of all-terrain motorsport and point to point Rally races. There are many events from the official FIA World Rallycross Championship, where players can expect to drive buggies and trucks to their limits in battles requiring precision driving skills.
The game comes with a fleet of 50 rally cars, buggies, trucks and crosskarts. The list of cars include Ford Fiesta R5, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI, Subaru WRX STI NR4 and Audi Sport quattro S1 E2. There are the vehicles that players will be able to get their hands on to experience the speed and cornering of Rally racing.
The also features the worlds’ most demanding rally routes, from dirt roads of Australia to hazardous snowdrifts of Sweden and on to the open gravel tracks of Michigan, USA.
Dirt 4 also features a game-changing system called Your Stage; an innovative rally route creation tool that allows you to produce an almost-infinite number of unique stages at the press of a button. You choose your location and set the route parameters, then Your Stage does the hard work to create a unique rally stage that you can race, share with your friends and then challenge them to beat your time. Your Stage allows experienced rally players to create longer, more technical routes, whilst newcomers can create simpler shorter routes as they hone their skills.
There is no confirmation of a date for when Dirt 4 will come to these platforms, so a release date might just be around the corner. Post your comments below.