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Rainbow Studios have released patch 2.05 for MX vs. ATV Legends. Check out the changelog below.

Patch notes:

• Track features on 2023 Loretta Lynn’s have been updated to be more like the actual race event.
• Added new free ride elements to Pro Motocross environments.
• Supercross Online lobbies have been adjusted to 5 laps with a 60sec lobby timer.
• Nationals Online lobbies have been adjusted to 3 laps with a 90sec lobby timer.
• Controller vibration has been totally overhauled! Feel the difference when the RPMs hit the redline or your tires start to slip. This can be adjusted in Control Settings
• Thor Prime Rival jersey and pants, in 4 standard colors & 1 custom color mod set, have been added.
• Back end framework for the new Leaderboard infrastructure has been added to the game, so that we can make sure all of the proper data is being captured correctly. Front end user access to Leaderboards will be phased in with 2.06
• Clutch Boost has been adjusted so that the length of boost is shortened
• Significantly increased wreck thresholds, so that players are less likely to crash while sliding
• The chance of getting Rainy weather conditions for events has been decreased to 10%

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