Codemasters have released a second 'DiRT 2.0 Roadbook' earlier today, with a focus on the recording methods of co-driver calls employed with the new simulation... Much has been made of the potential return to form for the Codemasters DiRT franchise with the upcoming DiRT Rally 2.0, and it looks like Codies are certainly working hard to capture those small details that could potentially mark out this new release as something very special for rally fans. Bringing in Neil Cole and World Rally Championship winning co-driver Phil Mills for the new title, Codemasters have shown some rather impressive attention to detail in the recording of the all important stage calls for DR 2.0. Strapping Mills to a full D Box motion rig as he blasts around the game stages, Codemasters have spent plenty of effort in trying to replicate the pitch and tone of a real world co-driver as he shouts out the calls from the passenger seat of a rally machine. Recording each stage a total of three times under different conditions, DiRT Rally 2.0 will utilise different invisible marker points around the stages to prompt the software to engage the appropriate instruction, firmly aiming to give the virtual driver a realistic audio experience behind the wheel. It really is amazing how much effort Codemasters have put in to getting this important aspect right for the new game, a very positive sign of the level of detail that looks likely to be lavished on DiRT Rally 2.0 when it releases early next year. You can read the full roadbook release HERE. DiRT Rally 2.0 will release February 26th 2019. If you want to discussion the game with our passionate community, and read about the latest news, check out the RaceDepartment DiRT Rally 2.0 Sub Forum for a great place to pick up mods, catch the latest news and chat about the game with our community. Give it a go, just keep it DiRTy! Like what you see here at RaceDepartment? Don't forget to like, subscribe and follow us on social media! Instagram Twitter Facebook Youtube Twitch What do you think of the latest DiRT 2.0 roadbook? Excited to see (hear) the outcome of the recording methods used in co-driver calls? Let us know in the comments section below!