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Rainbow Studios have released a new update for MX vs ATV Legends that includes new gameplay features, readies for upcoming DLC deployments, modifies the UI, multiplayer and more.

Patch notes:

Additions & Updates

Added a Camera quick swap. Holding down the Camera Swap button will jump directly to the last camera used.

Changed existing 2023 KTM bikes to 2023/2024 year-model. Owners of the 2023 KTM pack DLC will gain access to the 2024 stock graphic kit, Red Bull KTM graphic kit, and Alpinestars Supertech Ward KTM team jersey and pants.
2024 St. Louis, Foxborough, and Nashville tracks have been added for their upcoming releases in the 2024 Monster Energy Supercross pack.

Fly Racing Lite jerseys and pants have been added to the locker in Black, Red, Denim, and Custom colors!
Pro Taper Evo handlebars now have a Custom color variant available on all MX bikes.
WP Suspension is now available for KTM, Husky, and GasGas MX bikes.
Added three more Rival Ink graphic kits for 2023 OEMS. Formula (Honda), Rapid (Husqvarna), Primed (GasGas).
Rainbow Scorpion wheels now have a Custom color variant available on all MX bikes.

Fixes & Improvements

Fixed a bug which could cause AI to ignore instructions regarding maximum speed and lane position tolerance.
Fixed a bug preventing some vehicles from being accessible after leaving an Online playlist match.

Combined the series overview and roster menus so all of the data for an in-progress series is visible in one place.
Removed the Personal Results from Results post-race menus when Spectating.
The Selector Highlight in event selection now extends to the width of the list pane in more menus.
The first vehicle is now highlighted in the Garage menu when changing the brand filter.
The Lap List split times displayed when completing a lap now display the correct times when riders are finishing the race.
The Lap List split times are now displayed when Spectating from a trackside camera.

Fixed time trial start position in 2024 Seattle.
Adjusted deformation in 2024 Arlington and Detroit to be more aligned with the track composition.
Fixed issue in Birmingham where a large object would occupy the northwest corner of the stadium when using a wide FOV.
Updated the 2024 Suzuki Team Kit so the front plate now includes the branding at the top of the plate.

Further reduced minimum lap times permitted on leaderboards.
Further improved reliability of lap time tracking and validation between client and server.

Adjusted idle poses so that the rider’s foot and ankle appear more natural and correct for motocross boots.
Adjusted grip position to better align with handlebars and rider hands.
Handlebars no longer wiggle oddly when going from an idle pose to a riding pose.

Improved performance of terrain deformation, thus slightly improving performance game-wide.
Improved memory utilization slightly game-wide. Crashes should be reduced everywhere, but especially in 2024 Supercross tracks.
Fixed a few crashes found in crash report logs.

Known Issues

Frame rates exceeding 60 FPS may experience visual errors and inconsistent gameplay behaviors, especially when exceeding 120 FPS.

Custom cameras and custom camera controls are not functional when spectating Online.

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