Project CARS – Patch 11.0 is now available, adds full HTC Vive support

Slightly Mad Studios has released a new patch for the PC version of Project CARS. According to the release notes, this patch brings a host of Virtual Reality improvements, and features full HTC Vive support. You can read its full changelog below.

Project CARS – Patch 11.0 Changelog:

Virtual Reality

  • HTC Vive support
  • Gaze control implemented, providing hands-free interaction with the User Interface
  • Mouse pointer control in HMD view implemented
  • Photo mode is now fully functional
  • Depth of Field effects now work correctly
  • The game will now retain controller focus when the player removes the HMD
  • Improved rendering system for Crepuscular rays and Sun flares
  • Improved rendering of dirt and rain drops on Helmet visor
  • Improved the default seat position
  • Improved the default HUD position
  • Improved default camera settings to prevent the car tilting independently from the player at steep inclines
  • Fixed a refresh issue on the UI when returning from a race to the main menu


  • Nürburgring Combined
  • Fixed an issue where a pit stop operation would fail to initiate correctly, leaving the car stuck in the pits
  • Fixed the starting lights not working
  • Fixed an issue with the pit-in trigger potentially initiating when the player is on the main straight
  • Improved system for Opponent Labels
  • Added support for the Thrustmaster TMX ForceFeedback wheel
  • Fixed an issue with Fanatec wheels where at times it would cause dropped frames at the start of a race
  • Fixed an issue with Fanatec wheels where LEDs and pedal rumble motors failed to work after a disconnect/reconnect

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