DiRT 4 adds rally stage generation feature

"Produce a near infinite number of unique stages."

DiRT 4

DiRT 4 will have a new feature called “Your Stage,” a stage creation system that will let players generate a “near infinite amount” of rally stages at the press of a button, Codemasters announced.

Here’s an overview of the feature, via Codemasters:

Your Stage allows you to produce a near infinite number of unique stages at the touch of a button in DiRT 4. Just select one of the five rally locations from within the game (Australia, Spain, Michigan, Sweden & Wales) and set the time of day and weather conditions. You adjust the route’s length and complexity using sliders before generating your own completely unique stage. If you are not happy with it, just press Generate again and create another. You can then race, share and challenge your friends to take on your bespoke stage.

The publisher also announced Day One and Special Editions of DiRT 4:

DiRT 4 Day One Edition

  • A copy of DiRT 4
  • Hyundai R5 with entry to an exclusive Hyundai Event taking place on June 9, 10, and 11
  • Founder Icon

DiRT 4 Special Edition (GAME-exclusive in the UK)

  • A copy of DiRT 4
  • Hyundai R5 with entry to an exclusive Hyundai Event taking place on June 9, 10, and 11
  • Founder Icon
  • Team Booster Pack

DiRT 4 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in June.

Watch a video introducing the “Your Stage” feature below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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