is nudging every DiRT 3 owner on Steam to the Complete Edition as they apologise for the "massive delay" in releasing the update to the rally racer stripping out client.
The migration was announced over a year ago when there was talk of the GFWL service potentially ending. Steam Trading cards are also coming, but DiRT 2 won't be following suit.
"...we'll be upgrading you all to the Complete Edition free of charge, we'll be adding Steam Trading cards and if you also happen to own a mac we'll be making the mac edition of DiRT 3 available to you as well. If you own a boxed copy dig out your CD key and keep it safe as you'll need that to redeem your Steamworks copy when the update goes live,"developer justbiglee on Steam.
They "won't be removing it from DiRT 2. Unfortunately the car licences (and other in game licences) expired on it sometime ago and we are no longer able to sell it. Doing another version and putting it up for sale would mean re-licensing all the content and it's not something we'll be doing," he explained.
There's no date given for the DiRT 3 update and upgrade so keep those engines ticking.