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Latest Project CARS Patch 1.3 Released On Xbox One, Delivers Fixes To Community Issues


Project CARS has been out for a few weeks now and fans have given feedback on the forums and it seems Slightly Mad Studios have gone ahead and listened. Today they released a patch for Xbox One that answers several issues the community at large has had on the platform.

The Project CARS forums have been full of complaints and issues that the game has had since launch but the great folks at Slightly Mad Studios took to the forums and have released patch notes for the 1.3 patch that released today on Xbox One which seems to remedy many of the issues the community had. Check out the patch notes below.

Gamepad Controllers:
* Added ABS brake rumble to Xbox One triggers, so that the triggers will rumble on losing traction when braking. The amount of trigger rumble is controlled together with Force Feedback strength via the Force Feedback slider.
* Improved the efficiency of the controller rumble effect, to help make the steering more responsive on the Xbox One.
* 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.

Wheel Controllers:
* Fanatec wheels – Fixed the issue with steering jolts that some users experience.

* Fixed an occasional crash when advancing from Qualifying to Race.
* Fixed an occasional crash when returning from a race to the Race Central.

Time Trial:
* Set Time Trials starting time to 11am to match the PC platform. This ensures consistent track temperatures across all platforms, as track temperatures affect lap times.

* Enabled saving of community event ghosts. These ghosts are automatically stored online, and you can then download ghosts of other players’ laps for these events.

* Sakitto and Summerton variations – Corrected track info regarding number of turns and track length.
* 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 AI vehicles were sometimes sent to the pits due to low fuel on races where refueling is not allowed.

* Pitstop strategy will now use the actual bar value for tyre pressures.
* 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.
* Fixed an issue where the Pit Engineer would call the player to stop for fuel when fuel consumption was disabled in options.

* Improved the smoothness of the sun, moon, stars, and shadow motion when rewinding replays of a race that had a high time acceleration.

Driver Network Profile:
* Fixed an issue where at times the miles driven on a particular track or with a particular car would be logged under the wrong car or track. This improves the accuracy of the player’s Affinity ratings.

Project CARS is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Check out our review of Project CARS if you are still on the fence about the game.

- This article was updated on:February 27th, 2018

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