Codemasters sends word that those who pre-order DiRT
will receive an access code that unlocks 10 cars in the game as well as access to a few exclusive videos. It sounds like you can unlock the cars in game and the code just allows you to unlock them right off the bat. The game does look pretty good and I'm interested to see how they've worked the real-worlds physics into game. Hit the more button for the full scoop on the offer.
Burbank, CA – Tuesday, May 29, 2007 – As Codemasters’ highly anticipated racing game DiRT speeds towards retailers next month, the company today announced a pre-order program for fans of the series. Beginning today through DiRT’s June launch, consumers who pre-order the game at retailers nationwide, including Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, GameStop/EB and GameCrazy, will receive an exclusive access code that unlocks 10 cars in the game, as well as grants access to exclusive videos of off-road racing star Travis Pastana.
Once consumers pre-order DiRT, they will obtain a unique code and instructions on how to unlock the car pack and videos upon receiving the game. Cars included in the pack are the Subaru Impreza WRX-RA STI version II, Toyota Celica GT-FOUR, Peugot 205 T16, Lancia Delta S4, Icker Jimco buggy, McMillin Racing Car, Kamaz 4911, MAN TGA, Freightliner Century Class S/T and the Kenworth T2000.
Developed by Codemasters in the UK using their brand new propriety engine, Neon, DiRT was built from the ground up for next-gen gaming platforms and the PC. DiRT brings real world physics and full damage models, as well as photorealistic tracks from around the world including the U.S, Europe and Asia. Featuring over 40 officially licensed vehicles covering 12 car class categories, racing fans will get their fix of throwing official 2WD, 4WD, Classic and RWD cars, including Colin McRae’s prototype R4 and Travis Pastrana’s X Games-winning Subaru Impreza, through the most challenging and treacherous rally stages around the world. From trophy trucks to dune buggies and rally cars, DiRT offers one of the most robust racing experiences ever with countless hours of playability in career, single race mode and 100 person online multiplayer.
The evolution of the world’s favorite racing game series continues as DiRT is planned to ship this June for the Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and the PC, and is currently rated “RP” (Rating Pending) by the ESRB. The PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system edition will follow shortly thereafter. Sign up now for total mud splattering, gravel churning, handbrake turning, off-road racing online at www.codemasters.com/dirt.