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Posted: Aug 16, 2021 @ 06:48 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:18 pm GMT-0600
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Sector3 today deployed an update to their Raceroom product. It addresses a few issues, most notably one that affected session switching in multiplayer events.

Update details:
Download size = 3 GB
Client version = 0.9.3.019
Client BuildID = 7190019
Dedi version = 76.0.1320
Dedi BuildID = 7184930

Changelog:

– DTM 2020 – Cleared leaderboard laptimes following DRS modifications
– DTM 1992 – Added spark emitters
– Hillclimb Icons – Added spark emitters
– Multiplayer – Fixed a case where the client side could sometimes fail to transition to next session
– Multiplayer – Fixed an issue in spectator mode where switching from one camera group to another would fail and switch focus to the car that first joined the server
– Electric Engines – Fixed battery consumption issues as well as some negative torque outputs in certain situations
– HUD – Improvement on projection of nametags above opponent cars, their flickering and their relative position when using non default field of view settings.
– Standing Start – Removed a high tolerance to vehicle movement prior to a standing start that would result in no penalty handed to players jumping the start by a couple meters.
– Bilster Berg – Changed material properties of curbs
– Brands Hatch – Fixed a curb at the exit of turn 1 that could damage suspensions
– Chang ( Buriram ) – AI improvements
– Macau – AI improvements
– Ningbo – AI improvements
– Spa-Francorchamps – AI improvements around the pit entrance of the GP layout
– Zandvoort – Fixed a hole spotted near a rescue vehicle that could see cars falling through the world
– Zhejiang – Fixed a hole spotted in a remote location that could see cars falling through the world

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