So recently, Feral Interactive announced the system requirements for DiRT Rally on Linux. Since the release is coming March 2nd 2017, with the development and publisher Codemasters. Hence the latest instalment in the popular DiRT games, coming back to give players the ultimate rally driving experience on Linux.
- OS: Intel Core i3-4130T or AMD FX6300 processor running Ubuntu 16.10 (64bit) or SteamOS (2.0 : 2.110)
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: 1GB NVIDIA 650ti/AMD R9 270 graphics card* or better
- OS:Intel Core i7-4770 processor
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: 4GB NVIDIA 970 graphics card* or better
NVIDIA graphics cards require driver version 370.28. AMD graphics cards require MESA 13.0.2 or better.
In DiRT Rally, the official racing game of the FIA Rallycross Championship. Where players take the wheel of the world’s most iconic rally cars, including the MINI Cooper S and the Lancia Delta S4. They will need to choose the right tools, strategy and team to master the games events. While taking place in over 70 stages across Greece, Wales, Monte Carlo, Germany, Finland and Sweden. Since Each race offers up a new challenge with a range of environments such as muddy paths, dusty trails and snow-laden tracks, as well as a variety of weather types.
Events take place across three different disciplines; as well as point-to-point Rally races, players can also tackle the tight and mixed-surface circuits of Rallycross and the challenging course of Hillclimb.
Players can dive straight into the action, or fine-tune their car’s setup to suit the track, weather and their personal driving style. They can even make manual adjustments to their car’s brake bias, level of damping, gear ratio and more.
Online multiplayer is available for up to four players in Rallycross events and is cross-platform between Linux and Windows.