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Dirt Rally is free from the Humble store, so you can focus on being fast and furious.

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Dirt Rally free Humble store

Dirt Rally is free from the Humble store, so you can focus on being fast and furious.

Add Dirt Rally to the growing list of PC games you can pick up for free today. For its End of Summer Sale, the Humble Store is giving away PC keys to Codemasters’ 2015 racing sim.

You won’t need to pay anything to pick up the game, but you will need to subscribe to the Humble Bundle newsletter. And to do that, you’ll need to plug in some information and make a Humble account.

If you’re okay with that, Humble will send you a Steam key for the acclaimed off-road racer. In addition to Windows PC, Dirt Rally is also available to play on Mac, Linux, and Oculus Rift. The Windows and Oculus versions are published by the developer, Codemasters, while the Mac and Linux versions are published by specialist Feral Interactive.

In addition to giving away Dirt Rally for free, Humble is also having an end-of-summer blowout sale.


Dirt Rally might be free, but we may receive a commission for any additional purchases made from the Humble Store while you’re there.


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