Dirt 5 PS4 & PS5 Controls (2023)

Dirt 5 PS4 & PS5 Controls

Last Updated on 19 October, 2023

Dirt 5 PS4 & PS5 Controls – Check out the DIRT 5 controls guide for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and the How to Drift Tutorial

Dirt 5 PS4 & PS5 Controls – Full List

These are all the controls for PlayStation – PS4 & PS5

  • Steer: L
  • Run / Stop Running: L3
  • Look: R
  • Look Back: R3
  • Headlights: R1
  • Accelerate: R2
  • Windscreen Wipers: L1
  • Break / Reverse: L2
  • Gear Down: Square
  • Camera: Triangle
  • Gear Up: X
  • Handbrake: Circle
  • Roadside Repairs: D-Pad Up
  • Recover Vehicle: D-Pad Down
  • Toggle Voice: D-Pad Right
  • Pause Menu: Options

As you may have seen, the controls are quite simple, and there are no buttons that will allow you to carry out secret actions. In almost every way, Dirt 5 resembles real driving, where there are no turbo boost buttons, just practiced mastery

If you were looking for the drift button, there isn’t. But in case you are interested, we leave you a tutorial and some tips in the next section

Dirt 5 PS4 & PS5 Controls – How to Drift

Unfortunately there is no button to drift, it requires technique. Mastering drifting takes practice as everything revolves around timing. Knowing when to start drifting is just as important as knowing when to exit drift. If you want to learn we recommend that you start with the frozen maps, where it is much easier. But basically, this is the technique:

Players will want to be on the outside edge of a turn and begin slowing down a little bit when they make their approach. As soon as the player enters the turn they will want to pull their emergency brake and swing their car around the turn

Video Guide – How to Drift like a Boss

Check this How to Drift like a Boss Tutorial, by ScrewayD. It seems that it is easier to drift if you put a wheel as the main device. Makes your car more reactive because wheels turn instantly where you want to go

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