Project CARS

Published on December 23rd, 2011 | by Alisdair

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Project CARS – Build 121 Available

The latest update for project CARS team members is now available for download. Bringing many changes as always including those release for different account levels throughout the week.

This weeks latest build includes Ariel Atom Mugen added, California Raceway updates, Belgian Forest track updates along with many other changes to the game from graphical changes to minor bug fixes.

Build 121 (23/12/11, Team Member+)
Ariel Atom Mugen added
Belgian Forest track updates
Ariel Atom updates
California Raceway updates
Grass grip reduced

Build 120 (22/12/11, Senior Manager)
Bathurst updates

Build 119 (21/12/11, Senior Manager)
Adjusted more volumes
New Bathurst export

Build 118 (20/12/11, Manager+)
Fixed a DX9 performance issue with mipmap generation, used in Cubemaps. (Thanks to AMD for pointing this one out).
Provides 1-2% FPS speedup dependent on the reflection detail setting.
Player Vs Guest lap info page and gadgets added. Fixed problem with lap info panel displaying default 1:34.567 times in certain screen resolutions.
Adjusted volumes of turbo, tranny, backfires and splutters
Added subwave to exterior, added comp to rumbles interior and exterior; lowered delay mix for focus; boosted various levels, add subtel distortion dsp to on and off throttle for sat effect.

Build 117 (19/12/11, Senior Manager)
Add ‘ULTRA’ shadow detail level (DX11 only). This increases both shadow precision and resolution
Added Player Vs Guest Live Delta page. Drop any .dat file into CARS/Records/Guests folder and see additional Lap Info page. The live deltas displayed are for player’s current track position vs the guest. Also: update delta display more frequently
Adding in attack parameter to the compression settings to allow make up gain to act as additional volume control boost

Download the latest build here


About the Author

Alisdair is the founder of Sim News Daily. An all round sim racing fan with a real passion for cars a motor racing. Twitter: @SimNewsDailycom



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