DiRT 4 rally racing prepares for a Linux and Mac release in Steam games. Thank to the work of Feral Interactive. Who announce the release date for the off-road racer, March 28th.
DiRT 4 is the acclaimed off-road and rally racing game. Originally developed and published by Codemasters for Windows PC Releasing June 9th 2017. Now almost two years later, we have a port coming to Linux.
DiRT 4 is the almost latest racing game. Since DiRT Rally 2.0 is the studios newest game. All the list of world renowned racing titles from Codemasters. Now Feral is following the success of DiRT Rally. Also GRID Autosport and F1 2017. Getting ready to bring DiRT 4 to Linux and Mac.
DiRT 4 – Coming to macOS and Linux
Something to pay attention to in DiRT 4. Which also features a game changing system called Your Stage. This is an new rally route creation tool. Since you can produce an almost infinite number of unique stages. Simple at the press of a button. You choose your location and create the route parameters. While Your Stage does the hard work. Create a unique rally stage that you can race. And also share with friends. Challenging them to beat your time.
Also note, Your Stage if for experienced rally players. So you can create longer, more technical routes. While newcomers can create simpler shorter routes as they hone their skills.
DiRT 4 delivers the intense thrill of all-terrain motorsport. Doing so in an electrifying mix of disciplines.
Players will hurtle through point-to-point Rally races. While competing in events from the official FIA World Rallycross Championship. Also push trucks and buggies to the limit. Doing so in intense Landrush battles. Putting their precision steering skills to the test in Joyride challenges.
Linux system requirements for DiRT 4:
- OS: Ubuntu 18.04
- Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-3225 3.3ghz
- GPU: 2GB Nvidia 680, 2GB AMD R9 285 (GCN 3rd Gen and above) or better (See notes for more details)
- System RAM: 4 GB RAM
- Storage: 39GB
- DiRT 4 requires Vulkan
- Nvidia graphics cards require driver version 418.43 or later
- AMD graphics cards require Mesa drivers version 18.3.4 or later
- AMD GCN 3rd Gen graphics cards include the R9 285, 380, 380X, Nano, Fury, and Fury X
- Other modern drivers and distributions are expected to work but are not officially supported