Slightly Mad Studios have just released their new 1.3 update for the Xbox One version of their recently released Project CARS title.
The fix is also said to eliminate the occasional crashing that happens when advancing from qualifying to race or from a race back to the race central along with numerous other fixes.
There's still no news on when the Playstation 4 version will receive an update but I guess we can expect that to happen very soon now that the Xbox One update has gone live. Lets us know in the comments if your experience with Project CARS has been affected by any bugs and which platform(s) you play the game on.
You can check out the full changelog below.
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PROJECT CARS XBOX ONE PATCH 1.3 FIXED ISSUES
Improved the efficiency of the controller rumble effect, to help make the steering more responsive
Fixed an issue where moving the sticks from one extreme to the other would sometimes result in the steering getting stuck.
Reworked the Xbox One analogue sticks range and axis dead zones, providing much improved steering control.
Fixed an occasional crash when returning from a race to the Race Central.
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DRIVER NETWORK GHOSTS
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Sakitto Sprint – Fixed a crash that would at times occur when using time acceleration.
Cadwell variations – Fixed draw distance issues on various objects.
Oschersleben variations – Fixed odd lights around track and colour issues with the horizon.
Zolder – Fixed an issue where the player car would sometimes start in a closed garage.
Fixed an issue where the Pit engineer would repeatedly inform the player that a pit crew member has lost a wheel nut during pit stops.
At regular intervals therefore, Project CARS players will continue to receive free game updates that include the following…
Fixes for the highest priority issues identified by the community
Additional functionality and expanded support for existing features
Support for newly-released hardware released
Already the community have been instrumental in giving us feedback on the above Xbox One issues so head over to our official forums and let your voice be heard on what features and improvements you’d like to see!