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Project CARS 2 patch 2.0 released, features AI improvements & myriad render and performance tweaks

Slightly Mad Studios has recently released the Project CARS 2 patch 2.0. This brand new patch for Slightly’s racer comes with various AI behavioural and race line improvements. Moreover, this patch improves USB keyboard support, the driving line assist and the default assists for gamepad users.

And that’s not all. According to the release notes, the Project CARS 2 patch 2.0 features myriad render and performance tweaks and improvements, as well as optimisations to tracks across the game. It also brings fixes and improvements to certain weather/tyre combinations, and improvements and enhancements to steering wheel support.

This patch will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and you can view its complete changelog below.

Project CARS 2 Patch 2.0 Release Notes

  • Improved driving line assist.
  • Various AI behavioural and race line improvements.
  • Multiple improvements and enhancements to multiplayer, and lobby handling.
  • Improvements and enhancements to audio and sound effects.
  • Improvements and enhancements to replays and replay cameras.
  • USB keyboard support improved.
  • Improvements, enhancements and fixes to Career flow.
  • Enhancements to various cars’ handling and standard setup improvements.
  • Tweaks and fixes to Achievement / Trophy unlock logic.
  • Tweaks and fixes to setup UI and flow.
  • Improved default assists for gamepad users.
  • Fixes and improvements to headlights and brake lights.
  • Fixes and improvements to ICM appearance and functionality.
  • Improvements and enhancements to steering wheel support.
  • Fixes and improvements to certain weather / tyre combinations.
  • Optimisations to tracks across the game.
  • Myriad render and performance tweaks and improvements.

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