F1 2015 – Second Update Improves Stability, Fixes Game Timer “Frame Spikes” Bug

Codemasters has released a new update for the PC version of F1 2015. According to its changelog, this new update further improves the game’s stability and fixes the game timer that was running too fast during frame spikes. This update will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and you can view its complete changelog below.

F1 2015 – PC Second Patch Changelog:

-Fixed crash caused when switching between game running in a window to running in full screen
-Fixed crash going to track, or when driving on track when in 800×600 resolution with Ultra high detail preset
-Fixed crash when reducing the resolution of the game
-Fix for game timer running too fast during frame spikes
-Fix for camera speeding up at start of broadcast sequences
-Fix for tyre regulations not correctly working in short Championship weekends

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