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Posted: Jan 26, 2024 @ 01:46 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 1, 2024 @ 01:48 pm GMT-0600
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Funselektor have released an update for art of rally that fixes how DLC cars are displayed in the game. There are also an array of fixes.


DLC cars no longer appear in leaderboard as unknown car
DLC ghosts now show the DLC car even when DLC is not owned

fixed an issue where players were unable to progress in career mode
fixed an issue where the current ghost selection could change after a stage restart
fixed an issue where players were stuck in car selection or loading screens
fixed a spot in Kanto Mountains (Japan freeroam) where the car would respawn under the road
fixed an issue where car stats were incorrectly recorded in the GOG version
fixed localization issues with hud menu option
fixed UI issue in repair screen when using French localization
vibration no longer continues in post-finish menu
fixed an issue where changing language in pre-stage menu could break the menu
fixed issues caused by loading multiple stages in succession with custom ghost selected

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