Sector 3 Studios have released a new hot fix for their RaceRoom Racing Experience title.
Weighing 100 MBs, the hot fix includes some controller profile tweaks as well as several small physics and AI improvements.
Most interestingly, the changelog also mentions “tweaks to unpublished content that is awaiting release and/or events”, likely a reference to the 2019 Porsche 911 RSR that is expected to be introduced to the simulation soon!
- Controllers – Updated default FFB profiles to use “sine” curve types for controllers that were reported as problematic.
- Controllers – Tweaks to default FFB settings for Fanatec DD1 and DD2
- Controllers – New default profile for Fanatec 2.5
- Formula RaceRoom Junior – Updated physics and tyre model
- Group C – AI behaviour improvements
- Tatuus F4 – Default gear ratios updated (right on time for RRLeagues)
- Fixed minor parsing errors in certain physics variables for BMW Z4 GT3 (AI); Ford GT 1; Ford GT 3 (AI); Gumpert Apollo; Mercedes SLS GT3 (AI); Mercedes AMG GT3 (AI); Nissan GT1 (AI + Player); Ruf CTR3; Saleen S7R; Volvo 240; Zonda; Carlsson (German Nationals)
- Autodrome Most – AI improvements
- Laguna Seca – AI improvement at turn 6.
- Ningbo – AI Improvements
- Red Bull Ring – AI Improvements
- Road America – AI Improvements
- Suzuka – AI Improvements
- Zolder – AI Improvements
- Various tweaks to unpublished content that is awaiting release and/or events
RaceRoom Racing Experience is available free to play on Steam.