DiRT 3

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Description

"Dirt 3 is a superb off-road racer that adds some great new features and improves upon its predecessor at just about every opportunity." - GameSpot.com

"It's a superb racing experience and shouldn't be missed." - IGN.com


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Get ready for DiRT 3! Race through the snow, rain and dirt and experience dramatic night races with the most amount of rally content in the series yet.

Express yourself in the stunning new Gymkhana mode, inspired by Ken Block’s incredible freestyle driving event, and upload your best runs direct to YouTube! Compete in iconic rally cars representing 50 years of the sport, from the classic Audi Quattro to the 2011 Ford Fiesta WRC, and take on all game modes in split-screen and competitive online multiplayer. Competing as a professional rally star you’ll enjoy intense racing across three continents – from the forests of Michigan to the infamous roads of Finland and the national parks of Kenya.

Powered by Codemasters’ award-winning EGO Engine, DiRT 3 features Flashback to rewind time and genre-leading damage. DiRT 3 is the ultimate off-road racer

Customer reviews

40

Bad

FrozenFireCZ | Aug. 24, 2014 | See all FrozenFireCZ's reviews »

Dirt 3 is considered a very beautiful game with amazing gameplay and for some people, the best game in the series. I can even agree that the game is actually very good, but many people "hide" the major flaws that it has. Compared with Dirt 1 and 2, the graphical improvements really are notable, besides the improved gameplay and faster learning. There was a huge decrease in the Rally and obviously, the longer events, giving greater emphasis to the X games and the Gymkhana challenges, negative point for lovers of earlier games, especially Dirt 1. The big problem are the thousands of DLCs that in some cases you will be FORCED to buy if you really want to end the game, noting that the game has not yet been migrated to the Steamworks so even if you want to pay for all the DLCs, will be impossible for the time being. Not a bad game but I'd rather go with Dirt 2.

95

Amazing game

intrus18 | May 17, 2014 | See all intrus18's reviews »

I've played plenty of Racing games out there but nothing beat this one, Dirt 2 and Dirt 3 are among the best. Graphics, Performance, Multi-Monitor support, Sound, Feel of the car, Particles.. I can keep on and on, everything its top notch quality. The events are fun and engaging, Controller support its great and multiplayer works as it should. If you are into off-road racing, dirt racing (rally) then give this a shot, you won't be disappointed.

92

Probably the best rally game for PC

thesorrow47 | May 12, 2014 | See all thesorrow47's reviews »

This game adds so much gamemodes, cars and tracks that will keep you busy for a long time. The gameplay works fine and the multiplayer is cool, the only problem is that is games for windows live, but that will change when the service goes out. So keeping that in mind, you should play this great game.

70

Freakin Awesome

fishey334 | March 5, 2014 | See all fishey334's reviews »

I have been playing this for a while now and all I can say it is great. I find that its variance of game terrain and modes is awesome. I love the on the edge snow rallying and then you can just go around drifting Battersea park. Its a great game and will last you a long time

55

Average at best

Billus_08 | Dec. 17, 2013 | See all Billus_08's reviews »

Overrated an not as good as its predecessor. It is rather dumbed down for the masses and this is noticable with it's "intuative" triangle menu system. Gone is the caravan and the race paddock, map and everything else that made YOU feel like the driver. The courses are more or less the same (I'd say 8 unique tracks from memory) making the game highly repetetive thorughout the 4 stages plus the additional focul ones. Online is a mixed bag with many turning the game into destruction derby and there's no way of choosing a local server with the whole automated system. The only saving grace for this game is its dedication to the rally aspect of racing and fancy DX11 visuals.