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Posted: Nov 3, 2020 @ 11:20 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:22 pm GMT-0600
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Reiza yesterday deployed a hotfix for their recently released update. Most notably it fixes the bouncy Porsche (which anyone who drove it will have felt) and some AI issues.

Small improvements to the logic of AI to avoid invading of human line on straights when far from curves
Fixed non-linear bumpstop code
Revised suspension for Porsches
Revised Mclaren 720S GT3 aero, brakes & drivetrain
Revised Mclaren 570S aero & brakes
Revised GT3 / Prototype tire tread for slightly more longitudinal slip
Corrected Mclaren 720S stats & onboard cameras
Updated volumes of all Porsche GT3 / Cup cars and minor improvements to GT3-R sound set
Nurburgring: Smoothed harsh road bumps along the pit lane entrance;conform some overlay mainly in pit lane region (road line, kerb verge, grass verge, road seam) fixed some tyrewall Z fighting & some object LOD popping; reorganized bollard/cone for Veedol chicane layout; Minor Art pass
Goania: Minor art pass

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