Codemasters hints at new game saying “Prepare For Something Different”. What could the latest game from them be? With F1 2020 already announced could it be a new Dirt game but "prepare for something different" could mean something else completely!
Onrush was different.
I think it will be some sort of new Dirt as the Dirt Twitter account posted the same thing
Maybe they’ll call it filth this time 😂 pure filth 🤷🏻♂️😂
They had the Dirt logo in the comments as well so I would think it means a new different type of Dirt game but it could just be a different game altogether
They sent me this in an email a day or two ago, it's something to do with dirt from what I remember.
Not another RPG rally game ffs even first person shooters are getting the rpg crap forced into them..,
Tons micro management in games sure is making me like gaming less.
Plenty of top quality games that don’t ;)
There are still. At the moment. But I fear for the future. Particularly as I enjoy single player experience over online (generally - not always). Kinda think that the Warzone model will be adopted, where a minimalist online experience is released, test the water for income and adoption numbers - and then invest accordingly if those numbers are high enough with some MT based updates. And I think it will impact the single player games too - as the upfront investment can be minimal. You don't buy the game; you pay for the experience you want. All well and good, but I think MTs will dictate chaptered releases that I don't necessarily get to finish because I spend so much and then realise I've exceeded what I think the game is worth. At least now, I buy an entire game for a reasonable cost, finish it and decide whether to pursue more of the series/genre/writer/software house. Not well put probably (^) - but will miss an end to end story if this happens. Especially if the MTs mean I'm looking at spending more for less (incomplete and fractured games). Pessimist. 😆
Extra Dirty 😅😂
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