There’s been a lot of talk about the power of the Xbox Series X or the extraordinary performance of the PlayStation 5’s SSD, but when it comes down to it the games are disappointing for all that we were promised, and a clear example is DiRT 5, Although it does not look bad on a visual level, it really does not offer a different level of detail than what we could see on an Xbox One X or a PlayStation 4 Pro.
In theory, the gameplay has been taken from the Xbox Series X or the PlayStation 5, and we say in theory, why it would not surprise us at all if it is actually being run on a PC, and that is when a company uploads a gameplay naming in the title only to both consoles, and then in the description, it names the PC, which will arrive in October, and does not detail on which platform the gameplay has been captured, since it is the least suspicious.
Admittedly, it is not something as drastic as Halo Infinite, here at least we have textures, but the rain looks too false, like the drops of water on the hood, the physics of the water when passing the vehicle, or more curious of all, and is that the entire track is muddy and the car does not shoot mud after its passage. If you look off the track, we can see some popping (1.45 at the foot of the mountain). Come on, it is not a bad game visually, but it is more of the same and does not represent any jump compared to what we have seen so far.