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DiRT 3 Gameplay Footage Debut - Web Exclusive

The “Boost For The Win” video features the chaotic, full-contact, all-action racing set to star in DiRT Showdown.

Greg Emmerson
Apr 10, 2012
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The mud slinging, mega jump, car smashing, nitrous infused DiRT Showdown gameplay trailer was released today, titled “Boost for the Win.” Codemasters premier video showcases the Domination, Eliminator, and Race Off modes in which players must boost their way through mud, dirt and snow, wrecking rivals in a no holds barred race to bring home the gold.

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The “Boost For The Win” video features the chaotic, full-contact, all-action racing set to star in DiRT Showdown. From street racing to head-to-head in chaotic circuit races, drivers can choose from buggies, saloons, muscle cars to name a few in a wide range of racing events.

DiRT Showdown challenges players to negotiate jumps, pinch-points, tire-walls, barrels, and more in frenzied style races. The racing events include: Domination, where players must set the fastest time through sectors on the track, Eliminator, where last place drops out of the race when time runs out, and Race Off in which players must do whatever it takes to get over the line first.

To get in front and stay in front, drivers can use a rechargeable boost to sprint ahead of their rivals and slam opponents into obstacles, whether racing in career mode, eight-player online races or in two-player split-screen.

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DiRT Showdown will be Codemasters’ most connected game ever – split-screen multiplayer, eight-player online racing, on and off-line quick-fire party games and YouTube integration all come as standard. Players will also be able to issue ‘Showdown Challenges’ to compete with friends whether they are online or not.

For all the gritty details checkout www.dirtgame.com

By Greg Emmerson
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