In the past few hours several international media have published on their respective YouTube channels, various gameplay sequences of Dirt 5, captured directly from Xbox Series X.
The videos in question, which you can easily find below, show the latest Codemasters effort in action, highlighting not only the surprising graphic impact, but also the settings available on the new generation console of the house by Redmond.
The title would allow you to select two different visual modes; one would allow you to reach the maximum resolution of 4K, while the other would guarantee a stable frame rate at 60fps, at the expense of less graphic detail.
But that’s not all, as Dirt 5 would also have a third 120fps mode, supported only by the latest generation TVs equipped with HDMI 2.1.
Waiting to find out more details of Dirt 5 and games that will debut soon on Sony and Microsoft, we remind you that the next generation console racing game from Codemasters will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC as of November 6, while the debut on Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 is set for November 10 and 19 respectively.
Furthermore, in recent weeks the British software house has confirmed that Dirt 5 saves will not be transferable from the PS4 version of the game to the PS5 version. Conversely, Xbox players will be able to transfer all progress from the current-gen version to the Series X/S version.