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Posted: Jun 27, 2021 @ 01:16 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 01:36 pm GMT-0600
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Sector3 have updated Raceroom again today, giving a second hotfix to their major June release.

Update details:

Download size = 200MB
Client version = 0.9.3.010
Client BuildID = 6937443

Changelog:

FFB – tied engine vibration effect to engine inertia, so electric cars get almost zero while a big V8 gets more
Menu – Added a cockpit camera pitch control in the FOV section
Menu – Added possibility to also unpause by pressing the Pause control again
Menu – Hidden the Gamepad rumble toggle if current controller is not a gamepad
Menu – Hidden the Triple Screen setup menu while in VR
Menu – The Options menu now remembers the last used tab
Menu – Add background to garage menu in VR as the panning cameras were reported as inducing motion sickness. We will make those intro cameras static in a future update
Menu – Added FFB Meter and FFB Multipliers binds to FFB options page
Menu – Re-enabled “jump to bind” feature when a button is pressed but we now ignore most common axis binds to prevent sudden jumps reported on some controllers
Possible fix for some AI’s seen jumping in certain occasions
Localization – Fixed german localization for “Geist anzeigen”
Hockenheim – Fixed the outside curb of the stadium entrance that had a lost polygon of surface material shooting cars into space
Sparks – Made sparks coming from AI’s more likely to occur for FR90, DTM 2020, P1, P2, Group 5, Group C, FR-J, FR-2, FR-3

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