DiRT 3 Monte Carlo Track Pack – Click above to watch video after the jump

If you're a fan of racing video games, you might have purchased a copy of DiRT 3. The game features a variety of machines and tracks, yet some might still want more. Codemasters aims to please with its latest downloadable content add-on: the Monte Carlo Track Pack.

The Monte Carlo pack will cost Xbox users 800 Microsoft points. PS3 users need to shell out $9.99. Either way, that buys you eight new rally stages filled with hairy, snow-covered mountain passes in the Alps, including the legendary Col de Turini.

Click past the jump to watch some video highlights of the new tracks.

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      • 4 Years Ago
      Very good game, a bit too arcade but still very fun and nice looking.
      • 4 Years Ago
      If you have DiRT3 and haven't picked this up yet, it's worth every penny. The new stages are easily the best in the game. Be prepared for a challenge. Narrow sections on slush with tarmac tires gets sketchy.
      • 4 Years Ago
      This is one of the most fun games I've ever played. It has some flaws (like the crappy voice overs), but the gameplay is impeccable. I really hope they continue releasing extra content like this for the next year or two, because I will continue to pay money for it.
      • 4 Years Ago
        • 4 Years Ago
        Well maybe you should think about contacting the Guinness Book of World Records about your record breaking mile run at a minute and a half. You'd get paid a lot considering that you'd then qualify for the 2012 US Olympic team. *rimshot
      • 4 Years Ago
      The track looks great, but $10 for one track? That's pretty steep. It's a shame DLC prices have gone up so much that many people will miss out on most of it.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I agree, it's gotten to the point where game developers actually hold back content that could have easily been added to the game before it shipped. I have been known to get expansion packs that actually add a lot of new content, but I always vote NO with my wallet when it comes to DLC such as this.
      • 4 Years Ago
      there is no way I am paying $60 for a blank disc (well, one designed for kids on crack) and $10 each time for some hopefully interesting DLC. Now consider this: Game $30, Group B rally cars $5, cars of 1980's DLC $5, Cars of 90's DLC $5, nice rally location DLC packs each $10, and so on and on. With interesting rally cars at $2 per car this game would not stay on the shelve for a minute! but no!- it has to be designed to appeal to troubled teens who will be forced to pirate copy it anyways because it is $60. I don't understand corporations!!!!! Now go check your local store for inventory and tell me I am wrong.
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