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DiRT Rally 2.0 continues its road trip with a visit to Lydden Hill

We have spoken repeatedly on Xbox Enthusiast about how busy the team at Codemasters is. Not only have they released three great games this year (DiRT Rally 2.0, F1 2019, GRID) but they have provided new content for each of those games. The title that has received the most content thus far is DiRT Rally 2.0. And that content keeps growing with the latest DLC for the game. It takes the DiRT Rally back to the birthplace of Rallycross, Lydden Hill. This circuit is in Kent, England and offers up more dirt and asphalt racing, just what you would expect from a Rallycross event. You can check out footage of the new destination below along with the official description of the content.

Lydden Hill (situated in Kent, England), is the birthplace of Rallycross hosting the first ever event in 1967, with Vic Elford taking the honours in a Porsche 911. Lydden Hill now traditionally hosts 2 rounds of the British Rallycross Championship along with the UK round of GRC Rallycross Europe.

The FIA World Rallycross Championship visited the location in 2014, with Andreas Bakkerud as the victor. The series returned for 3 more years before moving to Silverstone in 2018.

This new track is available from the Xbox Store right now for $3.99 or £3.19 but is also included as part of the Season 4 of content available through a Season Pass or Deluxe Edition of the game.

Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at Xbox Enthusiast as well as a contributor for Nintendo Enthusiast and PlayStation Enthusiast. Steve is a musician and gamer who loves sharing his passion for each. You will normally find him at the front of the grid in racing games or on the other end of the kill cam when you've just been killed in a first-person shooter.

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