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World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing Gameplay Trailer, Pre-Order Details & More Revealed

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World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing

World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing Gameplay Trailer, Pre-Order Details & More Revealed

Monster Games has released their World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing gameplay trailer along with pre-order and Season Pass details. Six dirt series, including the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Cars and CASE Construction Equipment Late Models, are featured in the official “Greatest Show on Dirt” game, along with four DIRTcar classes. More than 40 tracks are included, including Eldora Speedway, Knoxville Raceway, and Volusia Speedway Park.

To improve the authenticity and gameplay of World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing, iRacing has provided car and track models, sounds, and multiplayer technology. In addition, the game features new physics tailored by iRacing, a retooled, more competitive AI, and real-world driver feedback throughout the development process.

World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing is infinitely customizable, so it’s perfect for players of all backgrounds looking to chart their own course through dirt racing. A new Career Mode allows drivers to start as local rookies and advance to national World of Outlaws tours as they upgrade equipment and become more competitive. There are more layers and shapes available in the new Car Creator, so drivers can create just about any design they can imagine. In Career Mode, drivers can race any vehicle at any time.

There are three sprint car divisions: the 305, 360, and 410 Sprint Cars, as well as Pro Late Models, Street Stocks, and Super Late Models in the World of Outlaws. In addition to the 13 licensed tracks in the game, the remaining tracks are themed around American dirt racing with various lengths, layouts, and locales.

Three-time World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Car Series champion Brad Sweet and 2015 CASE Late Model Series champion Shane Clanton adorn the cover, and the duo headlines a list of real-world drivers who are both playable in single-player modes and appear as opponents in Career Mode. Those who pre-order World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing will also unlock Sammy Swindell, winner of three World of Outlaws Sprint Car championships and nearly 400 Sprint Car Features in his illustrious career.

  • Career Mode – Start as a local track racer and work your way up the ranks to become the next World of Outlaws champion. Upgrade your car, team, and facilities to stay competitive with the best of the best.
  • Sprint Cars, Late Models, and Street Stocks – Race in both the premier World of Outlaws Sprint Car and Late Model Series, as well as 4 additional DIRTcar classes across more than 40 tracks.
  • Officially Licensed Drivers and Tracks – Race at iconic real-world venues like Eldora,Volusia and Williams Grove against the biggest names in the sport like Brad Sweet and more.

World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing is scheduled to release on September 27 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing will retail for $49.99, while the Gold Edition will be available for $69.99 exclusively via the PlayStation and Xbox stores.

The Gold Edition features all additional downloadable content for the remainder of calendar year 2022, a $35 value; 2022 DLC items will include Limaland Motorsports Park, Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, and Lucas Oil Speedway, as well as two additional DIRTcar classes, UMP Modifieds and Super DIRTcar Big Block Modifieds. For those who purchase the base game, a Season Pass for downloadable content will be available for $29.99.

Three-time World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Car Series champion Brad Sweet and 2015 CASE Late Model Series champion Shane Clanton adorn the cover, and the duo headlines a list of real-world drivers who are both playable in single-player modes and appear as opponents in Career Mode. Those who pre-order World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing will also unlock Sammy Swindell, winner of three World of Outlaws Sprint Car championships and nearly 400 Sprint Car Features in his illustrious career.

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  1. Looks kinda like SRX: The Game on a triple espresso.
    Which isn't meant as a complaint: SRX is rather thorough on the track, albeit rather lacking in presentation.
    I'm a little worried about the damage model on this. Hopefully there is a damage model (even if it isn't a great visual one) because that will be vital for career mode.
    Regardless, I will be picking it up.
    I'll probably pick this up day one as well. A bummer it's not coming to PC, but I'll play it as a controller racing game on PS5.

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