Slightly Mad Studios have released their v9.0 update for the PC version of Project CARS, with the consoles due to follow suit next week.
The very latest PC update focuses on a number of tweaks and improvements for several of the cars which should make for easier driveability. Also some of the vintage cars have a slightly reworked tyre model which should reduce flat spotting and punctures, and finally the Ford Falcon receives some attention with improved sounds to closer match the real-world counterpart.
You can see the full list of changes in the v9.0 PC update in the changelog below.
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• BMW 2002 SW – Adjusted default setup for better drivability. Adjusted optimum temperatures and heating to move the optimum running temp closer to 180F. Adjusted cockpit camera position.
• BMW 2002 Turbo – Speed adjustments for player and AI for better match in the Vintage racing class.
• Ford Escort, Mercedes 300SEL – Balanced the speeds better against the new BMW Stance Works car for the same class. Slight improvements in available grip through moving them into better optimum heat/grip range. AI speeds changed to match.
• Silverstone Classic – Fixed an issue that caused the game to dramatically slow down and at times crash during pitting in a multiplayer race.