DiRT 3 Complete Edition Includes Over £20 Of Extra Content


Codemasters has today announced a re-release of their popular rally racer DiRT 3. DiRT 3 Complete Edition will feature over £20 of additional content and will be racing into stores March 9th, priced £29.99.

The bundled content will expand the original title with with 12 new routes across two locations, new cars and a range of liveries which all together is said to deliver the ‘definitive version of the ultimate off-road racer’.

DiRT 3 Complete Edition extends the game with:

The Monte Carlo Rally Pack – eight breathtaking Rally stages featuring dramatic climbs, descents and hairpins of snowy mountain roads. Race through the Alps and conquer the legendary Col de Turini pass.

The X Games Asia Track Pack – four new routes set across two new tracks in Shibuya, the neon heart of central Tokyo, where spectacular mud-spattered Rallycross circuits weave beneath towering skyscrapers.

The Power and Glory Car Pack – stars five cars including the BMW M3 Rally, Lancia Delta S4, Ford Focus ST Rallycross, Scion tC and Chevrolet Camaro SSX Concept, each with a range of liveries.

The Mud and Guts Car Pack – features five cars available for single-player, split-screen and online multiplayer events. Race the Lancia Stratos, Peugeot 205 T16 Evo 2, Citroën C4 Rallycross, Saturn Sky and Ford Mustang GT, each with a range of liveries.

The Colin McRae Vision Charity Pack – access the Ford Escort Mk II, a 70s rally classic with five liveries.

The Ken Block Special Pack – features a customised and upgraded Ford Escort Mk II, an Open Class Rally car sporting a killer Ken Block livery.

The Mini Gymkhana Special Pack – access the mid-engined Mini Cooper S Gymkhana, customised and tuned to become an outrageously responsive Gymkhana car.

The original game got a very respectable 8.5/10 in our review, so take a look and let us know what you think via the comments below.

DiRT 3 Complete Edition will be available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on the 9th March, 2012.

Began gaming on a hand-me-down Commodore Vic-20 back in the mid 80's and hasn't managed to shake the addiction yet. Genres of choice include anything that contains bullets and/or bouncy balls. Has been known to dabble in Destiny content.


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