DIRTcar UMP Modified, I-55 Raceway Coming to World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing October 28!
The latest slate of downloadable content for World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing makes its debut on October 28, featuring a brand new car and additional track! The DIRTcar UMP Modified and Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 are the newest additions to your dirt racing experience, and each will be available to users who have purchased either the Gold Edition or Season Pass, or as standalone add-ons upon their release.
Featuring 750 horsepower in the engine bay, DIRTcar UMP Modifieds are the perfect balance of high horsepower and affordability for thousands of racers across the United States. The class is highly competitive thanks to a standardized rule set that keeps racers on equal footing and rewards the most talented drivers with strong results. As with all other cars in World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing, DIRTcar UMP Modifieds can be used on any of the more than 40 tracks in the game; in the real world, they’re a staple of the annual schedule at many of the licensed tracks in the game, from Fairbury Speedway’s Prairie Dirt Classic to The Dirt Track at Charlotte’s annual World Short Track Championship.
Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 presents one of the most fun challenges in dirt racing. It’s a high-banked, third-mile track in Pevely, Missouri with an extensive history of marquee racing events. Owned by racing legend Ken Schrader, I-55 has long attracted some of the biggest names in motorsports to test their mettle; fellow Missourian Kenny Wallace is a track mainstay, and Wallace will also be available on launch as part of the DLC pack.
Upon their release, both the DIRTcar UMP Modified and Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 will be available as part of all World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing gameplay modes, including Career Mode. Gold Edition and Season Pass holders will receive the additional content automatically after its release, while those looking to purchase content individually can do so through the World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing storefront pages or directly from their consoles’ digital stores.