RaceRoom – WTCR 2019

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Nova actualização e os novos carros do WTCR 2019

Com a nova actualização do Raceroom ficou também disponível o novo pack com os carros presentes no WTCR 2019.

Podes comprar este pack aqui com 55% de desconto por 14,96€

Além do anuncio que vai voltar o Esports WTCR OSCARO com novidades, estejam atentos.

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Fica aqui o changelog desta actualização:

Client version = 0.8.0.6577
Client BuildID = 3998534
Dedi version = 53.0.964
Dedi BuildID = 3998571

New content

  • Added the WTCR 2019 car class with 7 cars and 26 liveries.

Game

  • Now allows to bind up to 128 different button ID’s on a controller.
  • Now allows to bind each traction control preset individually instead of only Next / Previous TC level controls. 
  • The HUD notifications (aka “butterHUD”) can now be moved around as well using the “move&scale HUD elements” binding.
  • Increased the rear view mirror y-resolution.
  • Prevented the HUD position bar from automatically scaling to gigantic sizes on ultrawide monitors by limiting its width to 1920px.
  • Changed the default steering lock value for Mouse controls from 8 degrees to 13 degrees
  • Slowdown penalties and giving back of the time illegally gained have been reworked. Added a progression where the more penalties you have received, the longer the penalty will get. Each clean lap will reduce the penalty count by one. 
  • Change so the Pit stop menu elements such as Preset and Tyre Compound selectors no longer wrap around when trying to go beyond the last possible choice. (Meant to improve CrewChief’s[forum.sector3studios.com] voice commands)
  • Possible improvement for players reporting issues on the game menus (cursor flickers, video freezes, etc)
  • Fixed a broken start procedure of a leaderboard challenge on Stowe layouts.
  • Fixed rev LED’s that were not lighting up on Logitech steering wheels
  • Fixed a case where the messages about switching modes for LED displays were not always clearing
  • Fixed a case where the “delayed start from pitlane” message wasn’t clearing when french localization was used.
  • Fixed so the MiniHUD can now be moved further on ultrawide monitors
  • Fixed broken bindings on the default Mouse control profile

Content

  • WTCR 2019 has received new and improved physics. The 2018 car class will be updated to match in a later update (required BOP for the Peugeot)
  • WTCR 2019 features a new bodykit for the Alfa Romeo
  • WTCR 2019 features a new steering wheel for the CUPRA TCR.
  • Porsche 911 GT3 R – New cockpit sound recordings with separated transmission and engine channels.
  • Porsche 991.2 GT3 Cup – New cockpit sound recordings with separated transmission and engine channels. Improved external sounds.
  • Porsche 991.2 GT3 Cup – Updated physics and tuned dampers. Suspension geometry is now more accurate.
  • Saleen S7R – New sound recordings for both cockpit and exterior
  • Silhouette car class – Made cars a bit less tail happy under braking, improved FFB
  • Cadillac (GTR2 car class) – Fixed the default final drive being too long at Spa-Francorchamps
  • GTR1 car class – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • GTR2 car class – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • Aquila Cup – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • Audi TT Cup – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • Audi TT VLN – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • Hillclimb Icons – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • BMW M235i Cup – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • WTCC 2013 – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • WTCC 2014 – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • WTCC 2015/16/17 – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • Zonda Cup – Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted
  • AMG-Mercedes C-Klasse DTM 1995 – Tuned dampers and Implemented different shift times depending on the gears being shifted


  • Paul Ricard – Added one additional TV camera in the start/finish straight as the elevation was hiding the cars at race starts.
  • Red Bull Ring – Resurfaced and made a higher resolution HUD track map for the GP layout.

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