As usual, lots of stuff has been happening in the Project CARS world for the past few days. Just in case you missed some of it, you can catch up with the most important stuff below!
And if you want to go back even further, last week's updates can be found here.
We`ve released a new Team Member build of Project CARS, adding five new tracks and a brand new car to the title - Click Here
Time of year is now included in the increasingly-complex time of day system - Click Here
Mike Laskey has given us a detailed look at the upcoming Force Feedback improvements - Click Here
Our programmer Mark Watson explains how the FFB is influenced by vendor control software - Click Here
Dynamic prop objects like cones & brake makers have been added - Click Here
Andy Garton confirms that the console version of Project CARS will support triple-screen setups - Click Here
Our community members have helped identify a Logitech FFB issue when alt-tabbing that's now being looked into - Click Here
Fixes & Updates
Our PC Render Coder Martin Griffiths has fixed a memory usage issue with DirectX 11 - Click Here
The circular deadzone issue affecting gamepads has been fixed - Click Here
Casey Ringley is busy adding suspension animations to the 2011 Formula A - Click Here
First bits of the dynamic weather system are being added in - Click Here
The track warning issue at Rouen's hairpin has been addressed - Click Here
Martin Griffiths has fixed a wide range of graphic issues, including the dark cockpit bug - Click Here
Peter Arbet has improved the movement of dynamic obstacles and detached vehicle components - Click Here
Andy Garton has shown off stunning previews of a country road track using new lighting settings - Click Here
David Rezac is making great progress with the Belgian Forest Circuit - Click Here
Lukas Mensik has updated the Formula A driver model - Click Here
Furthermore, Lukas has also given us a first-look at the pitcrew characters - Click Here
Matt Clark is making great progress with the 1990 Caper Stock Car - Click Here
The 2011 BAC Mono is making excellent progress as shown on Perran Truran newest renders - 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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