Slightly Mad Studios have released their eleventh update for the PC version of Project CARS which adds full HTC Vive support.
According to the development team HTC Vive users will see SteamVR's room customisation option which will enable players to chop and change the look of the 3D space surrounding the menus.
Elsewhere the update adds support for the recently released Thrustmaster TMX racing wheel and includes a couple of fixes for Fanatec racing wheels among other updates here and there.
You can see the full changelog for the update 11 for the PC version of Project CARS below. Lets us know if you've played Project CARS on the HTC Vive and why not share with us your thoughts on the new hardware.
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Project CARS PC version 11 changelog
HTC Vive support
Mouse pointer control in HMD view implemented
Depth of Field effects now work correctly
Improved rendering system for Crepuscular rays and Sun flares
Improved the default seat position
Improved default camera settings to prevent the car tilting independently from the player at steep inclines
Fixed an issue where a pit stop operation would fail to initiate correctly, leaving the car stuck in the pits
Fixed an issue with the pit-in trigger potentially initiating when the player is on the main straight
Added support for the Thrustmaster TMX ForceFeedback wheel
Fixed an issue with Fanatec wheels where LEDs and pedal rumble motors failed to work after a disconnect/reconnect