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Posted: Mar 25, 2021 @ 01:16 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 01:01 pm GMT-0600
Sorting Tags: AMA Supercross 4, News - All, News - Software,

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Milestone released the first update for AMA Supercross 4 a couple of days ago. I personally haven’t encountered any bugs (on PC), but will welcome the graphical improvements on riders, bikes, and tracks, which I haven’t yet figured out how to get look as sharp as the in-game screenshots the developer releases despite the fact I’m running in 4K on an RTX 3080…

You are welcome to discuss and ask about this sim in our (new) AMASC forum.

Here are their release notes:

Thanks for your feedback, riders! Here is just a first update fixing some issues. We are aware there are other bugs to fix and we are working hard on that. The next patch, we are now working on, will address the main issues in Career mode.

Added new online game mode: Qualifying online
Minor improvements on Race Director feature
Minor graphic improvements to bikes and riders
Minor graphic improvements to tracks
Minor improvements to AI
Fixed cycling weather condition on Compound
Minor graphic improvements to UI
Minor fixes

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