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Posted: Jan 30, 2024 @ 12:24 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Jan 30, 2024 @ 12:25 pm GMT-0600
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After their tweet earlier this month that stated they were done updating the game, Saber Porto have heard the community instructing them to ‘180 on track’, announcing in another tweet that they will be “looking into addressing some of the stability issues”.

The full statement, released as an image embedded below, reads:

Hello pilots,

We hear you.

We greatly appreciate those of you who took the time and effort to submit reports to our support team, as they helped us to investigate some of the issues that came up with the USA Tour update last week.

We are looking into addressing some of the stability issues we are seeing, starting with a fix today for crashes experienced on the PS5 when loading into the Saudi Arabia map.

We will share more information as we have it, and thank you once again for your continued support for Dakar Desert Rally


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