Dirt 3 Limited Edition Detailed, Will Cost 300$.
Codemasters have partnered up with Gamestop (US) to release a limited edition bundle of their upcoming racing game “Dirt 3″. The details of the Limited Edition bundle have been revealed and it’ll cost you a mind blowing 300$.
The first question you may ask is why 300$? Well the bundle with not only pack a game but will also come with a MODEL 7309: Ken Block Gymkhana Fiesta RC Car. If you check out GameStop’s product details of the model below you’ll know that the bundle actually justifies the price:
MODEL 7309: Ken Block Gymkhana Fiesta, Fully assembled, Ready-To-Race, with TQ 2.4GHz High Output radio system with Traxxas Link, Velineon 380 motor, VXL-3m ESC, 7.2 volt NiMH battery & charger, and ProGraphix painted body.
- Officially licensed Ford Fiesta body design and Ken Block/Monster Energy graphics
- Officially licensed Volk Racing TE37 wheels (1.9″ diameter, 12mm hex)
- Unique green pushrods and toe links, exclusive to the Ken Block Gymkhana Fiesta
- Pre-glued, low-profile Gymkhana-compound slick tires molded in a pecially formulated rubber compund for authentic Gymkhana performance and handling
- Impact absorbing foam front bumper
- Adjustable height body mounts
- TQ 2.4GHz High Output transmitter with Traxxas Link
-Automatically stores and loads settings for up to 20 Traxxas Link-enabled models – just switch on and drive, “model selection” is not required.
-Adjustable steering and throttle percentage (dual rates)
-Adjustable steering and throttle sensitivity (exponential)
-Adjustable steering and throttle end points
-High 13ms frame rate and near-zero latency for responsive control
-5-channel micro receiver with dual channel-1 inputs
- Race-winning, F1-inspired Revo suspension technology and E-Revo integrated chassis design, perfectly optimized for 1/16 scale
- Powered by the Velineon Brushless Power System
- Traxxas High-Current Connector allows high-capacity battery packs to deliver maximum voltage to the Velineon
- Brushless Power System
- Velineon VXL-3m Electronic Speed Control
The game is set for release on May 24th on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, Note that the PC version will likely use a DX11 Engine as used in the previous Dirt 2 game.