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Posted: Nov 4, 2019 @ 03:20 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 11:01 am GMT-0600
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Studio 397 posted their October roadmap today (November 4). The roadmap details upcoming competitions such as the rF24h and an interesting partnership with LeMans 66 (‘Ford v Ferrari’ here in the USA for some stupid reason) that may hint an in-game advertising.

The new user inferface that has been in development for a long time now is due to get a beta release in December. At this time, 32bit executables will be dropped… So you better switch to a 64bit of Windows (since Windows 7 all 32bit product keys have worked on the 64bit equivalent version).

The competition system (something I am massively looking forwards to) will be getting a test along with the new UI, and some previews of that were posted:

They’ve updated the Nissan GT500 with new materials:

The most exciting part of the entire roadmap for me was the news that the Nurburgring release will be getting three new layouts:
– Two shortened GP sprint layouts (with and without chicane)
– Full endurance layout (uses the GP track and Nordschleife).

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