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Posted: Dec 3, 2020 @ 10:33 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:30 pm GMT-0600
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Reiza posted their November, 2020 dev update on Tuesday (December 1, 2020), and I’ve taken an extra couple of days to get around to reading it. Oh boy, it’s worth it…

After they recapped recent work (such as the 1.6 update and hotfixes that tackled AI, championships, multiplayer and big-name licenses like BMW, McLaren, Porsche), things settled down with some exciting previews. Here is everything that I believe to be new information:

– Expect an update in December
– Pushing new content releases into 2021 (except Spa, GT1s and McLaren F1 LM, it seems…)
– Custom Championship may be in Devember update
– Multiplayer rating system pushed into 2021
– UI, physics, audio updates expected in December
– Spa-Francorchamps laser scanned and in production, pushing for release with December update
– Spa-Francorchamps will include modern, 1970s and 1991 versions
– 1990s GT1s coming, including Mercedes CLK and the Porsche 911 GT1 (screenshots below)
– Two more screenshots were in the roadmap but unnamed, as was one on twitter, they appear to be a McLaren F1 LM (screens below)

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