Start your engine and set a course for the next generation of gaming, because the recent Inside Xbox live-stream confirmed that Codemasters is working on DiRT 5 - but which consoles will it come to?
To find out even more about how to play DiRT 5, keep reading for all the essential info...
Is DiRT 5 on Xbox One or Xbox Series X?
Both! The Inside Xbox live stream confirmed that the game will make the most of Microsoft's Smart Delivery feature, which means you can buy it on Xbox One and then port your progress over to Xbox Series X at no extra cost. You can buy the game happily, then, safe in the knowledge that it will work on either Xbox generation, whether or not you choose to upgrade.
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Is DiRT 5 on PS4 or PS5?
Yes, Codemasters has confirmed that DiRT 5 will indeed launch on PS4 and PS5, even though the game was initially revealed during an Xbox event. The initial launch for the game is in October, which surely means that current-gen consoles will get it before the next-gen hardware arrives.
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Is DiRT 5 on Nintendo Switch?
It doesn't look like DiRT 5 is coming to Nintendo Switch, at least not any time soon. Codemasters did not mention Nintendo at all in the official announcement of the game.
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How to play DiRT 5 on Windows PC
Codemasters has confirmed that PC gamers will need to use Steam if they want to play DiRT 5 on PC. Unless they fancy getting into the game-streaming lark with Google Stadia, that is. Speaking of which...
How to play DiRT 5 on Mac or mobile
DiRT 5 will launch on Google Stadia at some point after its main launch in October, which means you'll be able to stream the game to any device that works with Stadia. This includes any computer that can run the Chrome browser, including Macs, as well as select mobile phones.
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