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Posted: Dec 7, 2020 @ 08:02 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:30 pm GMT-0600
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Kylotonn today released the December update for WRC 9. It includes six new tracks for Portugal, Co-Driver mode, the GR Yaris Rally Concept and Team Pirelli livery.

Full update notes below trailer.

General Fixes

Fixed crashes after changing the type of tire in tutorial
Fixed various online lobby related crashes.
Fixed issue where the car could spin uncontrollably when going through a puddle.
Fixed issue where engine SFX could not be audible anymore.
Fixed an issue where tires and car setup selection were reset when a new player
joined an online lobby.
Added clearer message when failing to write on leaderboards.
Fixed an issue where both players could control the gears in split-screen.
Changed unclear text message when leaving photo mode.
Fixed various collision issues with the Proton Iriz R5.
Fixed several respawn issues.
Fixed various issues that could prevent the game to access WRC9 servers.
Fixed issue where dust didn’t apply on the Ford Fiesta WRC’s windshield.
Fixed camera placement issue in showroom.
Fixed other various performance issues.
Fixed various vegetation issues.

PC specific fixes

Fixed application freeze upon using the Windows+P shortcut.
Fixed issue where particles (snow, dust or water) were not visible anymore.

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