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The racing game is set to feature various visual modes on Microsoft’s high-end console, including a framerate mode which sacrifices resolution to run at around 60fps, and a resolution mode which runs dynamically up to 4K.
A third 120fps mode sacrifices both resolution and framerate to hit the high fps count, which is only supported by newer televisions with HDMI 2.1.
Dirt 5 will be an Xbox Series S/X launch title on November 10, 2020, with the current-gen console and PC versions arriving on November 6. The game will offer a free next-gen upgrade plan on Xbox and PlayStation consoles.
Dirt 5 was originally scheduled to be released on October 9 before being delayed by one week, and it was subsequently delayed again “to take advantage of the next generation console launches”.
Codemasters has confirmed that Dirt 5 saves won’t be transferable from the PS4 version of the game to the PS5 one. In contrast, Xbox players will be able to carry over all progress from the current-gen version to the Series X/S version, Codemasters has said.