Hopefully not a sign of a dire forthcoming, DiRT Showdown is free on the Humble Store for a limited time.
It recent events, some games which show up on either GOG or the Humble Store are given one last lease of life before being removed completely due to some kind of expiring license deeming the game unfit for sale after a certain date.
It isn't the first time players have been given the chance of grabbing a free game before its eventual culling from existence. This time, it's from a series that used to feature the name of Colin McRae for well over a decade before the untimely death of the rally superstar likely through licencing and marketing into a questionable dilemma of ethics.
Clocking in at around 5 years old now, Emmanuel Brown rather enjoyed the modern demolition derby.
Taking players through a more arcade approach to the rough and tumble of rally motorstports, Dirt Showdown reviewed rather positively when it released back in 2012. Whether the title really will disappear from existence is anyone's guess - they typically don't announce the plans until it just up and vanishes from every available store front.
Cutting it close already, DiRT Showdown is only up for grabs at the low-low price of £0.00 for the next 24 hours. After that, it's back up to £9.99... or gone for good. Who knows.