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Posted: Oct 6, 2021 @ 09:21 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:29 pm GMT-0600
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Reiza released another update for AMS2 yesterday. This update is the first of two planned updates this week and includes various fixes and tweaks listed below.

v1.2.4.2 Changelog:


Updated recent Real Weather data


Fixed tire temperature status widget not updating on some in-game screens
Fixed last session status being displayed on pre race leaderboard
Fixed championship round editor incorrectly altering session start hours when propagating race date changes
Fixed center column of drivetrain tab unelectable on setup editor
Fixed practice weather slot4 of in game session settings block referencing qualifying slot4


Minor tire tread adjustment for F-Vintages
Minor brake torque adjustment for all GT & Prototypes
AI callibration pass for F-V12, F-Vintage G1
Adjusted AI brake power & grip
Adjusted AI Grip multipliers for Monza 1991 & Modern
Adjusted AI to start passing routines sooner
Slightly increased parameter to reducing AI propensity to cut corner to avoid a crash


Monza 2021 GP: Slight increased width of green runoff at Lesmos 1 and 2
Monza 1971: Increased road noise on banked oval first draft; Optimized terrain shadows, new shadow dummy for banked track structures; Increased grid spacing
General art updates to all Monza versions

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