The PlayStation Plus games for January 2022 have been released having been officially announced last week and one of them is DIRT 5 on PS5. After the game originally launched Patch 3.00 was released on 22nd February and that caused people to get CE-108255-1 error on PS5. A patch was released to sort the problem but it appears that some players are still getting the error.
Sony do have a work around for the error which you ca read below, you just have to rebuild the PS5 database.
An error occurred in the application.
There may be a problem with your application or console if this error occurred on your PlayStation®5.
Please try the following to find out if this problem can be fixed:
- If your system software and application are not the latest version, please update them to the latest version and see if there is any improvement.
- If this error occurs after launching a game, delete the game in which the error occurs from Settings > Storage, and reinstall the game.
- Start your PS5 in Safe Mode and perform “5. Rebuild Database”.
- If the error occurs again, reset your PS5 from Settings > System > System Software > Reset PS5, and try installing the application again. (Please make a backup of all your data in advance.)
- If the above means do not work, please consider applying for repair service from the online application page.
We scored Dirt 5 an impressive 8/10 when we reviewed the title back in 2020. “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,” said Thomas. “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.”
There are reports of other issues for the game, so far nothing from Codemasters.
Dirt 5 haptics have not been addressed so do turn off vibrations also community map selector has issues connecting with the server
— YOKi (@YOKiiUK) January 3, 2022