- Oct 14, 2017
Nice, been waiting for a modern game to have a late 90s Impreza (97-00) in it for ages, the last one I know of was WRC 3 and that had limited usage
I'm so tempted with this for this exact reason. My car back in the UK was a MY99 Type RA imported from Japan. Loved that car like you wouldnt believe. Sonic Blue with gold alloys and 555 rally bucket seats. It was pure heaven to drive. 270bhp with about the same in torque and only a ton... power to weight was crazy and putting your foot down hard felt like someone kicking your whole body from the bum and through your back. Petrol head massage basicallyNice, been waiting for a modern game to have a late 90s Impreza (97-00) in it for ages, the last one I know of was WRC 3 and that had limited usage
You will. If you only lack Greece and Finland, and haven't bought any dlc's then your bundle was with season 1 and 2 included.Its very confusing, I bought a version of the game a few months ago but no idea which, it came with a few cars and all tracks except Greece and Finland, but I bought no passes or season packs, it was a bundle so am presuming this will not mean I get this for free.
if you buy the year 1 pass it shoud be 14 pound and u get all the dlc content includingthe upcoming Colin McRae dlcLots of packages currently available at discount on Steam.
A bit confusing though -- For someone like me who has only the "base" game, which option would I need to purchase now to update to the Deluxe edition, with all DLC and this upcoming DLC included?
This is new stages as well...useless....Dirt Rally 2.0 needed new track's no those liveries that feel and look the same afterall
Why are you afraid of that? You can buy it "on the side", but all "reports" from Codies looks like it will be more than 50% of a normal season, so in reality one would be better off with buying one of the season packages or the year pass.I'm afraid those two cars and Scotland will be available as separeate DLC addons so anybody will be able to buy them even for a base game only too