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I’d missed it until today, but earlier this month Reiza released update 1.5.6.3 for Automobilista 2, fixing some visual issues with rain and updating the UI, AI and a couple of track issues.

V1.5.6.3 CHANGELOG

GENERAL
Fixed wet water spray appearing too bright when the track was wet but the weather was clear; Added additional water droplets to the wet water spray; Improved wet water spray fade-in with speed and track wetness

UI & HUD
Fixed UI Slider step issues introduced in recent builds
Fixed missing Betonschleife UI Strings
Fixed missing Spanish strings for Pause on Focus Loss

PHYSICS
F-Ultimate Gen2: Fixed onboard Diff Coast adjustmen being unavailable

AI
Further AI calibration pass for AI cars with slicks running on a wet track
Corrected Stock Car Pro Series 2024 AI not receiving defensive line adjustment

TRACKS
Added 3D trees near trackside for Interlagos Historic
Nurburgring 71 (all layouts): Added collision walls for the triangular curb at the Suds entrance

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