Dirt 3: Codemasters release Colin McRae Vision Charity Pack DLC

By Tina Chubb - Jun 2, 2011

We have some interesting news now for those of you that have purchased the recently released Dirt 3 game, as Codemasters has just released the very first downloadable content. What’s more is that all the proceeds from the sale of the DLC will in fact be going to the Colin McRae Vision charity.

As Mike Schramm over at joystiq.com recently noted, the Colin McRae Vision Charity Pack DLC is now available to purchase for both the Xbox Live and Games for Windows versions of the Dirt 3 game. The PlayStation 3 version will be available as soon as the PlayStation Store is back online.

The new pack – which costs 160 Microsoft Points / $2 – will enable players to drive a Ford Escort Mk II, the iconic 1970s Rally car that was famously driven by Colin McRae. The pack also includes five different liveries. The developer says this is just the start of a few weeks worth of DLC packs.

The Colin McRae Vision Charity raises funds for worthwhile causes all across the world in Colin McRae’s name. To mark the recent release of the Colin McRae Vision Charity Pack DLC, Codemasters has also unveiled the final Dirt 3 developer diary, which can be found over on YouTube.

Have you downloaded the new Dirt 3 DLC yet?

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