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Posted: Feb 19, 2021 @ 05:17 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:45 pm GMT-0600
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Hot on the heels of today’s announcement that KartKraft has been acquired by Motorsport Games comes an update for the software itself.

Release notes:

– Reduced load sensitivity of MG Yellow tyres
– Reduced default brake strength for newly purchased KA100 vehicles so braking is much easier to control
– Fixed bug where some wheels would auto-centre when using a 180 degree steer limit
– Fixed input errors when attempting to play using gamepad with a correctly bound but unplugged steering wheel
– Fixed some glitches in input settings menu when using wheel controls
– Fixed some undesirable wheel forces when retiring from race
– Added a 2sec fade in for FFB when transitioning to driving. (This will be improved for rolling/flying starts in a future update.)
– Added a mild FFB soft-lock at steering wheel limits
– Added a debug launch option -DebugUDPTelemetry. If set, all telemetry will be logged to project_k.log for debugging problems with motion rigs. Warning: use sparingly, and remember to turn it off, as it can result in very large log files.

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