The last seven days on the WMD forums have been very busy as lots of changes & new content items have been announced. Now's the time to catch up in case you have missed some of the stunning new stuff coming to pCARS, you can find a recap of the most important stuff below.
And if you want to go back even further, last week's updates can be found here.
Five new tracks are being added to pCARS as Badenring, Badenring Historic, Derby, Wisconsin & Rouen will be available in Friday's build - Click Here, Here & Here
Major work on Multiplayer is about to kick off, the full kick off plan outlines some of the planned features - Click Here
Our render lead Robert Dibley has explained in detail why Project CARS requires a more powerful system than past titles such as GTR2 - Click Here
Darren White has outlined a new to-do list to improve the time cycle system - Click Here & Here
Our physics guru Doug Arnao has shared some interesting info on different tire compounds in pCARS - Click Here
Doug also comments on how tires react to different diff lock settings - Click Here
Fixes & Updates
Casey Ringley has checked in new physics for the Gumpert Apollo - Click Here
Player control of the headlights has been added - Click Here
New threading options have been added to the developer menu, particularly helping users of older wheels like the Microsoft Sidewinder FFB - Click Here
New AI for California & Bathurst has been checked in - Click Here
Mark Watson has checked in a fix for the driver animations - Click Here
Another fix concerns the wheel & FFB behavior in the menus and during AI control - Click Here
Martin Griffiths has made a change to the static envmap rendering, resulting in an overall FPS increase of about 18% - Click Here
A new fuel level gadget has been added to the HUD - Click Here
Lukas Mensik has shown off previews of new neutral driver suits & helmets - Click Here
David Rezac keeps on improving Belgian Forest as new previews show - Click Here
Bologna is currently receiving a trackside object optimization pass - Click Here
Michal Jeschke has been making lots of progress on the Loire24 track - Click Here
Our vehicle team has made great progress with the 2011 Palmer Jaguar JP-LM as a first version has been exported - Click Here
The 2011 BAC Mono is quickly coming together as plenty of stunning renders show - Click Here
Work on the 1990 Caper Stock Car has started - Click Here
Vincent Dambreville has been working on lots of great skins for the 2011 Formula A - Click Here
Our member TonyR has come up with a neat little tool to handle different versions of pCARS - Click Here
That's it for this week, have fun checking out all the material and make sure to join the discussions yourself!
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