Project CARS 3 feature 4

Project CARS 3 Update 5 released and here are its full patch notes

Slightly Mad Studios has released a brand new update for its latest racing game, Project CARS 3. According to the changelog, Update 5 adds one new track, and brings several performance & stability improvements.

Moreover, it ups player level cap to “999” and fixes a crash that would occur when customising the rims on the Formula X, Formula B, and Formula Rookie cars. Additionally, it fixes an exploit that allowed users to achieve faster times in Rivals Events. It also improves rolling starts logic, and brings improvements and stability fixes for Spectator Mode.

As always, Steam will download Patch 4 the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

Project CARS 3 Update 5 Release Notes
General
  • Added one new track: Circuit Zandvoort
  • Several performance & stability improvements
  • Fixed an issue that caused a significant delay when applying an unmodified default license plate during customisation
  • Fixed a crash that would occur when customising the rims on the Formula X, Formula B, and Formula Rookie cars
  • Upped player level cap to “999”
Render
  • Fix for shadows being cast by ghost cars
Online
  • Prevented setup tuning during MP Pre-race when custom setups are disabled
  • Fixed an issue that prevented lobby creation after the cancelation of a password entry
  • Rivals Events updated to offer additional variety to Breakout Events
  • Fixed issue where Pace Setter times were not uploaded if user failed to set a Personal Best during the three lap stint
AI
  • Improved rolling starts logic
  • Fixed an exploit that allowed users to achieve faster times in Rivals Events
GUI
  • Improvements and stability fixes for Spectator Mode
  • Fixed the display of Personal Best Time per round in Career Milestone screen
  • Added “Time Extend” sticker to esports category
  • Fixed some debug text on error messages in-game
  • Fixed Daily Deal sometimes showing a “0%” discount
Vehicles
  • Updated Formula E liveries to the new 2021 Season
Tracks
  • Silverstone cut-track fixed
VR
  • Fixed an issue where the user would be unable to leave the Style Select menu
  • Hides and disables Store button when in VR in order to avoid stability issues

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