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Genre:Racing, Simulation, Sports
Release Date: 7 Dec, 2015
Dirt 5 Is Free To Play This Weekend On Steam
By Vlad Mazanko
The title can also be obtained permanently with a 50% discount for a limited time on Steam.
Dirt 5 from Codemasters studios is currently free to play through this whole weekend on PC. The title can also be obtained with a 50% discount for a limited time on Steam.
Codemasters announced the new free play weekend for Dirt 5 on Steam, where this arcade racing simulator is already available for download. Players will need at least 60 GB of space for downloading the full game first. This free play period ends at 10am PST/6pm GMT on Monday, March 8.
The Dirt franchise is currently having a quick sale on Steam with some tasty discounts. Players can grab Dirt Rally, Dirt Rally 2.0, and Dirt 4 with a 75% discount right now. This offer ends on March 8, so there is still time to obtain those solid racing games for your collection.
Related: Xbox Reveals Dirt 5, Code Vein, And More Coming To Game Pass This Month
Dirt 5 was released in November and is focused on off-road racing mostly, offering a wide roster of cars ranging from rally icons to trucks and even GT class. The players will blaze a trail on routes all across the world, experiencing gravel, ice, snow, and sand tracks for themselves. The title was nominated for the category of Best Sports/Racing Game at The Game Awards 2020 but ceded the victory to Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 from Vicarious Visions.
The racing title didn't live up to its expectations, though, hitting a peak concurrent player count of just 824 on Steam during its first week. The reason for such reception was rather simple: at launch Dirt 5 doesn't have the wheel support, which was added through the patch only a month later. However, this wouldn’t solve all the problems, as Dirt 5 currently holds mixed scores from players on Steam with an average player count of 600.
Electronic Arts has recently acquired Codemasters for $1.2 billion, getting hold of every racing franchise from the British video game developer and publisher. According to EA, after this deal, the company plans to release racing games every year to become a leader in the genre.
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With so much interest in cleaning without chemicals, steam is being touted as a greener option. The latest appliances—in stick-mop, handheld, and canister versions—let you blast many common household surfaces with a surge of vapor to loosen grime and kill germs. Here's what to know before you invest.
How Steam Cleaners Work
Water is heated past the boiling point and forced out as pressurized steam through a nozzle, brush, or other attachment. The vapor loosens dirt and kills dust mites, mold, staph, and other allergens and harmful bacteria. No suction is required, since the high-heat moisture dries quickly. For heavily soiled surfaces, some manufacturers suggest steam-cleaning first, then wiping away dirt with a cloth before the moisture dries.
Where They Can Be Used
Steam works well on hard, impervious surfaces, such as countertops and bathroom fixtures, and floors made of vinyl, laminate, polyurethaned wood, or tile. Some models can clean upholstery, mattresses, and curtains, too.
What Shouldn't Be Steam-Cleaned
Painted walls and unsealed floors, including hardwood, cork, and unglazed tile, may be damaged by the moisture. The heat from steam can also cause cold window glass to crack.
Which Features Are Worth Considering
Look for a machine with a quick warm-up time; some produce steam in just 30 seconds, while others take 3 minutes or more. Handheld units provide around 10 minutes of cleaning time before needing a water refill. Larger canister versions can last up to 45 minutes but are harder to maneuver. Some machines require you to hold the stream of steam in place for up to 15 seconds to ensure proper sanitization, which can mean a long cleaning session for, say, a kitchen floor. Others take just 1 to 3 seconds. And there's also price: Stick-style mops run around $35 to $55, while canister versions cost $100 and up.
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