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Gravel season pass and DLC announced

Milestone is probably one of the most experienced developers when it comes to racing games.  Today Milestone have released details about the season pass and DLC updates about their off-road racing title Gravel.

Season Pass

For those ready to go beyond their limits, Gravel Season Pass will include 5 DLCs, which will give access to additional 12 new vehicles, 10 check point tracks, 4 new Wild Rush circuits and 2 new Off-Road Career Events with the aim of satisfying even the most demanding off-road racing fans.

Gravel Season Pass and Gravel Special Edition, including the Full Game and Season Pass, will be available to pre-order from 27 February 2018 on PS4, Xbox One.

In addition to the DLCs included in the season pass, new content will be available completely free, letting players broaden their car portfolio with new exclusive vehicles. The first two freemium DLCs are Gravel Free car Bowler Bulldog and Gravel Free car Acciona.

For all four-wheel enthusiasts, this DLC gives access to the first exclusive free vehicle, available for download from 7 March.
Straight from Great Britain, here’s one of Bowler latest creations, the Bulldog, a concentration of power which makes the off-road experience even more thrilling and engaging.

Details on all other DLCs will be disclosed later on.

Gravel will launch on 27 February on PS4, Xbox One, and PC/STEAM.

Porsche races onto Gravel as DLC

Despite not launching until February 27, Milestone have announced the first piece of DLC for Gravel, which includes the Porsche 924 GTS Rallye and the Porsche 959 Rallye – with various liveries for each one.

These historic cars are no stranger to racing – in 1981 Walter Röhrl placed second in his Porsche 924 GTS at the German Rallye Championship. The 959 was put through its paces in 1985 when it was entered into the Paris-Dakar Rallye race and taking the top two spots with René Metge and Dominique Lemoyne in first, followed by Jacky Ickx and Claude Brasseur in second. There was a third Porsche in that race, which started out as the support vehicle, instead ending up finishing sixth.

The two cars will join a rooster that already includes the 911 RSR Rallye and the Cayenne Transsyberia –the Porsche Rallye Pack is being offered for free as a pre-order incentive and will also be available as part of a Season Pass.

Gravel takes us on an off-road adventure to Montebianco

Releasing on February 27, Gravel is the latest racing title from Milestone. Rather than favour the more brutal off-road format that DiRT has taken on, Gravel looks like it is favouring a more arcade experience.

Complete with bright signage lighting the way, dodgy rock tunes to drown out the splutter of rally engines and other competitors to knock out of the way, Gravel looks like it’s going to be a very playable racer – check out the latest track, Montebianco, below.

The game features four different disciplines – Cross Country, Wild Rush, Stadium and Speed cross – rather than merely drive them, the game has you as the star of the show with Gravel Channel web TV being the central point of the game’s career.