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Posted: Jan 22, 2021 @ 10:01 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:37 pm GMT-0600
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KT Racing/Kylotonn today updated WRC 9 for the upcoming FIA Rally Star program, but also fixed some issues. You can see the full changelog below:

FIA Rally Star Mode

Note: This mode and its content will only be available through the purchase of the FIA Rally Star DLC, which is coming at a later date on the Epic Games Store, PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store.

– FIA Rally Star new game mode

– A new track

– A brand new car: M-Sport Ford Fiesta Rally 3 (Team FIA Rally Star)

General Fixes

– Fixed an issue with the Balanced Mode.

– Resolved an issue where only the aerodynamic parts and tires could be damaged.

– Resolved an issue where a light could be seen clipping through the ground in Training C2.

– Resolved a crash when selecting a car in the showroom and selecting the photo mode during the loading

– Various level design and collision fixes.

– Resolved log in error when no internet connection.

– Fixed various crash linked to photo mode.

– Resolved various menu navigation issues.

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