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With 2020 in the rearview, it’s time to start looking ahead at what 2021 will bring in the form of racing games. This week, at least one racing game developer has already announced its plans for 2021. Also, we’ve upgraded our livestream setup, so if you’re interested in racing with us virtually, we’ll tell you when and where.
Codemasters has released its 2021 Dirt 5 content roadmap
The good people over atdropped their Dirt 5 content roadmap for the entire year this week, and fans of the series are sure to be excited. The announcement tells players to expect
If you’re interested in reading our thoughts on the game,, and if you’re looking to pick up a copy for yourself, !
Autoblog is livestreaming on a PC now
You may already be aware that in 2020, Autoblog livestreamed racing and driving games every Tuesday and Thursday fromto 4 p.m. Up until now, we’ve always captured gameplay via an or occasionally a , but for 2021 we’ve upgraded our setup and we’re now streaming on a powerful gaming PC. This opens up all kinds of opportunities like higher quality gameplay captures, whacky Rocket League mods, and of course, PC-exclusive games like .
We’re excited for the upcoming year, and we want you to be a part of it! We’ll be continuing our Tuesday and Thursday schedule, and we love playing with viewers (when the game allows for it) so check out our streamsand . We hope to see you this year!