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Posted: Sep 23, 2021 @ 11:19 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:27 pm GMT-0600
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Kylotonn have released another update for their World Rally Championship title that fixes a number of bugs and takes a swing (and miss) at game balancing. See the release notes below:

PC Only Fixes

Steering wheel issues

Fixed an issue that would make players lost randomly the FFB of their Thrustmaster’s steering wheels if they paused the game.

Fixed FFB on Fanatec steering wheels

Fix on all Fanatec steering wheels with shift light

Fixed Localisation for some steering wheel names

Empty cursor tooltip shown on the press start screen

Fixes for All Platforms (PC+Consoles)

Game balancing

Allowing Private Team access through WRC1 Category

Fixed an issue with the Epic Stage of Rally Estonia (ES Kanepi) was interpreted as a SSS

Fix issues when switching from a Manufacturer to a Private Team

The difficulty of the Anniversary Events has been tweaked (required times have been increased from 10 to 30 seconds depending of the stages)

Performance issues

Fix has been made on particules performances and spawn issues

Crash Fixes

Switching camera in replay on some shakedowns

Changing Tyres in Manufacturer Tryout

Sound issue related to Fmod on PS4 and PS5 during long stages (i.e. El Puma/Chile) on PS4 and PS5

Voice chat issues

Fixed a crash when 8 players where in an Online Multiplayer issue (PlayStation 5 Only)

User Interface

Various polish & bug fixes

Fix Clubs leaderboards display

Fix the End User License Agreement (EULA) which could open at the wrong moment


Update credits

Fix on the Safe Area

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