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Posted: Aug 31, 2020 @ 04:42 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 11:56 am GMT-0600
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Studio 397 published their monthly roadmap today and here are the bullet points:

– New laser scanned Formula E track coming (not named).
– Endurance fixes a part of the next release. They seem confident they are fixed.
– Beta UI nearly (more nearly than last time) at stage to become default.
– Beta UI includes ability to edit materials on cars (like seen in ACC since a few versions back. rF2 screenshot of the UI below).
– Important update to the plugins coming for stock cars. I assume this is for race rules.
– New modding documentation coming for PBR.
– Loch Drummond will be available in dev mode.
– Next build out very soon “this month”… Which probably means next month (September)?
– Updated Bentley Continental GT3 and new Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo cars won’t be out for a few weeks.
– Nordschleife PBR updates releasing soon (screens below).
– Attack mode from Formula E coming to online racing (with mod support for other series if wanted).
– Paul Jeffrey of RaceDepartment now works for Studio 397.

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