Dirt 5 Update 6.00 Patch Notes

New content galore

by Damian Seeto

Update 6.00 has arrived for Dirt 5, and here’s the full list of changes and fixes added with this patch.

Codemasters has now released a new update for Dirt 5 today. The update gives us support for the new Wild Spirits Content Pack. This pack includes the new Ford Bronco vehicle as well as additional tracks.

While the Wild Spirits Content Pack is not free, the update is still available for all players. This update is now up for the PC, PlayStation and Xbox versions of the game today. The Google Stadia version will have this update at a later date.

You can check out the full details of the new update below.

Dirt 5 Update 6.00 Patch Notes

“Following the addition of two Brazil Land Rush circuits in July, DIRT 5’s selection of tracks is expanded once again, with a pair or brand new Stampede events in Morocco!

Ait Ojana and Tinghir are the two new routes available to all players from today. These two events are both Stampedes, meaning you should be ready for some big jumps and tough terrain. Overcome the surface, the inclement weather (including sandstorms!) and your opponents to dominate these desert-based tracks in Morocco.

DIRT 5’s free update today will also include five more real-world liveries, added to a quintet of cars. Available to everyone, look out for new designs for the MINI Cooper SX1, Armada Engineering Unlimited Truck, Volkswagen Beetle Rallycross, Porsche Macan T1 Rally Raid, and Renault Megane R.S RX. The new livery for the MINI is the Xite Energy livery, driven by Oliver Bennett in the recent FIA World RX Championship!

For Playgrounds, we’re adding two more weather conditions to help transform your custom racing arenas: fog and sandstorm! Also, this update features a number of gameplay and difficulty tweaks, designed to make DIRT 5’s on-track action even more competitive and action-packed.”

Info taken above is from the game’s official website. Dirt 5 is out now for the PC, PlayStation, Xbox  and Google Stadia platforms.

- This article was updated on September 1st, 2021