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DiRT 3 Complete Edition Announced

Posted on Thursday, February 9 @ 12:54:23 PST by

Codemasters have announced the DiRT 3 Complete Edition which will not only come with one of the best games of last year (DiRT 3, yes?), but over $30 worth of additional content. Everything together? Just $40. Wahoo!

This compendium box set comes with 12 new routes and plenty of new liveries, packaged with the The Monte Carlo Rally Pack, The X Games Asia Track Pack, The Power and Glory Car Pack, The Mud and Guts Car Pack, The Colin McRae Vision Charity Pack, The Ken Block Special Block, and The Mini Gymkhana Special Pack. Whew, enough extra content for you? This includes additional stages through the Alps and central Tokyo, as well as 12 powerful cars for your rally racing lovin'.

DiRT 3 Complete Edition slides into stores this March for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
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