DiRT Rally Reveals Requirements Ahead of Release for Linux

DiRT Rally

DiRT Rally is a racing simulation video game released by Codemasters for Windows initially. The initial version was released in 2015, and later versions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One were also published in 2016. It can be found in video game stores and through Steam, the famous Valve online store that we have been calling so much here lately for the numerous titles top tier are arriving for the penguin platform.

Players can compete on different circuits and with different cars, both in multiplayer mode, as against the machine offline, in timed stages, etc. Specifically, there are 17 different cars to choose from, in addition to 36 stages from three real world locations corresponding to Baumholder, Powys and Argolis. So if you like racing and rally games, this title will not leave you indifferent and it will make you have a great time.

The best of all is that Feral Interactive have released the specifications or requirements that the game needs just before it is released for Linux. The scheduled date is March 2, it will be then when Linux will be able to get hold of it. In order to play you need an Intel Core i3 4130T, or AMD FX6300 processor. As for RAM, 8GB and 1GB will be needed for NVIDIA 650ti or AMD R9 270 or higher graphics. Without a doubt, resources are quite high to be the minimum.

For recommended resources, Intel Core i7-4470 or better will be required, plus dedicated 8GB RAM with 4GB RAM for dedicated graphics with NVIDIA 970 or better cards. Of course, graphics cards will need recent versions of the drivers and MESA. Surely you will soon be enjoying the video game on your favorite Linux distribution. By the way, in reference to this, the requirements point to Ubuntu 16.10 or SteamOS 2.0 64-bit...


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