Last week brought word that a DiRT Rally Linux port will launch next month — but you might have been stalling, wondering what the system requirements for the racing game might be? Well, we’ve some more information. Or, more accurately, Feral Interactive, the publishers behind the Linux port, do. The company has dished the dirt on the DiRT Rally Linux system requirements […]
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