Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO on the PC has received an update recently.
The new update sees support for triple-monitor setups along with some fixes for some minor issues found with Logitech racing wheels, time upload problems and saves.
The full changelog for the very latest PC update can be seen below.
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Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO PC patch changelog
• Support 21:9
• Support Triple-monitor
• Fixed Time Upload issues.
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