DIRT 5 update 1.04 out now to address gameplay issues, read the patch notes here

Codemasters has released update 1.04 for DIRT 5 on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. This update has addressed issues such as a loss of controller vibration, improvement for the DualSense’s adaptive triggers, the introduction of V-Sync for PS4 and PS5, and a number of other fixes. There are not that many notes to read but the items addressed should improve the quality of DIRT 5 no matter what platform you are playing on. Full notes below.

  • Multiple general performance improvements across the board, reducing instances of crashes, gameplay stuttering and FPS drops, further optimising general gameplay
  • Xbox: Resolved issue causing some players to lose controller vibration/rumble
  • PS4: Resolved issues caused by save data created before previous patch, such as progress disappearing upon game restart and crashes when using livery editor
  • PS5: Further refinements to the use of DualSense adaptive triggers
  • PS4/PS5: V-Sync added
  • Fix for crash caused by signing out during a Gymkhana event
  • Visual improvements to rain effects on windshield when using interior camera views
  • Display fix for rewards screen in post-race menu
  • Photo mode: minor fixes and optimisations
  • Multiplayer: improvements in kicking players in lobby who do not ready up for an event
  • Multiplayer: general improvements to online matchmaking and lobby searches
  • The Trophy/Achievement ‘Spare Some Change for Gas?’ will now require players to race for 1,000 miles, instead of 10,000

In our DIRT 5 review, Tom wrote:

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DIRT 5 strips away the more serious elements of the franchise and puts all its eggs in one, arcade cabinet shaped, basket. At times a riot, in other areas a little repetitive and lacking in finesse, it nevertheless delivers on the concept of an adrenaline-fueled off-road racer. It’s a game that makes you sit forward in your seat and savour the joys of jumping a Dakar Rally Peugeot 3008 over a ravine.
You can read the full review here. 
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