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Neue Strecken für AMS2: Argentinian Track Pack auf dem Weg

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Ein weiteres großes Update für Automobilista 2 ist auf dem Weg: Entwickler Reiza Studios hat den Release Candidate V1.3.8.0 auf Steam zur Verfügung gestellt, der wieder einmal eine lange Liste an Tweaks und Fixes sowie drei neue Strecken mitbringt. Mit dem Argentinian Track Pack werden Buenos Aires, Cordoba und Termas Rio Hondo als neue Locations hinzugefügt – und das völlig kostenlos.

Neue, kostenlose Strecken sind bei AMS2 eher die Ausnahme, da die meisten neuen Strecken Teil von DLCs waren. Zwei der neuen Strecken feiern jedoch ein Comeback – Buenos Aires und Cordoba waren bereits Teil von Automobilista von 2016, fehlten aber bisher. Außerdem feiert Termas Rio Hondo sein Debüt, obwohl die Strecke vor allem dadurch bekannt ist, dass sie seit 2013 Teil des MotoGP-Kalenders ist.

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Unter der Haube hat Reiza zahlreiche Änderungen an der Physik, der Aerodynamik und sogar am Sound vorgenommen. Die KI wurde ebenfalls überarbeitet, einschließlich angepasster Leistungen für mehrere Strecken und verbesserter Kraftstofflogik, was bedeutet, dass unnötige Boxenstopps in längeren Rennen der Vergangenheit angehören sollten.

Die vollständige Liste der Änderungen findet ihr in englischer Sprache unten.

V1.3.8.0 Release Candidate Changelog

CONTENT

  • Added Argentinian track pack ( Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Termas Rio Hondo)

GENERAL

  • Fixed pit limiter state not resetting on return to garage
  • Fixed phantom 6th controller profile being available on the first load of a brand new profile
  • Extended FFB fade in after pause
  • Revised various terrain material properties, fixing long-standing issue with slippery astroturf & minor inconsistencies with various curb & concrete types

UI & HUD

  • MPRS message position is now adjustable in HUD editor

PHYSICS

  • Fully revised physics for Group A, BMW M1 Procar, Sprint Race, F-Retro Gen3, Metalmoro MRX (all models), Roco 001, MCR Sports 2000 Opala 1986, Omega 1999, Copa Classic B & FL, Mini JCW UK, Caterham Academy, F-3, F-Trainer (both models), F-Vee (setup reset recommended)
  • Minor tire tread adjustments to Porsche Cup, F-Classic (all), F-USA (all), GT1, GTE, GT3, GT4, GT5, P1, Cadillac DPi, Stock Car 2019, Stock Car 2020-2022, Super V8 BMW Procar M1, Group A, Group C cars
  • Revised tread/carcass heat conductivity and ideal temperature ranges
  • Revised clutch LSD model for Porsche Cup, GT Classic, Group A, M1 Procar, F-Retro Gen3 & SprintRace, F3s and F-Reiza & updated their respective default differential setup (setup reset recommended)
  • Improved ABS system logic for all cars that feature the device
  • Updated pit limiter logic to help prevent overshoot when leaving the garage
  • General FFB: Added new LowPassFilter to be used in FFB scripts (Butterworth, 2nd order)
  • FFB max force adjustments for F-V10 Gen2, Porsche Cup Group A, Procar, Sprint Race, Omega Stock, Opala 1986, BMW M4 GT4, Ginetta G55, Ginetta G40, Gol, Passat, F309, Sigma P1, Metalmoro MRX, Roco, Corvette C8.R, F-Vee, Caterhams, F-Trainer, F-Ultimate Gen2, F-USA (all models). Porsche 962c, Mini JCW
  • Porsche Cup (both models): Minor adjustments to CoG height & weight distribution; Adjusted front splitter & rear wing to move overall center of pressure forward & other minor aero adjustments; slightly softened default front roll bar; slightly increased brake torque
  • Stock Car 2020-22 (both models): Adjusted tire dimensions to 305/660 as per real Pirelli Cinturato model introduced during 2020 season
  • Super V8: Minor adjustments to front & rear track width for improved stability; Slightly adjusted FFB parameters; reduced default steering lock
  • Metalmoro AJR: Adjusted diffuser center of pressure slightly foward
  • Group C: Minor adjustment to diffuser center of pressure and front splitter height sensitivity to both cars
  • F-USA (all gens): Minor adjustment to front wing height sensitivity & venturi center of pressure
  • F-Classic (all gens): Minor adjustment to front wing height sensitivity
  • F-V10 Gen1: Minor diffuser & front wing adjustments
  • F-V10 Gen2: Minor adjustment to diffuser center of pressure; Minor FFB adjustment (reduces grainy / high frequency noise)
  • F-Retro Gen3: Adjusted diffuser center of pressure; Decreased heating and increased cooling, slightly slower oil to water heat exchange for F-Retro G3 TE
  • F-Ultimate (both gens): Minor rear wing lift/drag effiency adjustment; Increased brake disc thickness & reduced wear rate
  • F-Ultimate Gen2: Adjusted FFB max force, moved undertray center of pressure slightly rearwards
  • Corvette C3-R: Adjusted engine torque curve
  • Revised and added thermostatic engine cooling to Lotus 23 and Mini 65
  • F-Retro Gen1: Fixed tire linking to incorrect carcass model
  • Caterham: Minor adjustments to body aero (more drag, less propensity to lift); Reduced brake heating rate for all models; increased brake duct cooling for 620R
  • BMW M4: Minor aero & engine adjustments for performance balancing (more to come); FFB Max force adjustment Adjusted brake torque; minor rear roll bar rate adjustment; reduced default steering lock
  • Porsche 911 GT1: Revised turbo model
  • Ginetta G55 (both models): Slightly decreased rear wing efficiency

AI

  • Fixed AI not repairing damage or changing tires when refuelling during Q/P sessions
  • Fixed AI programmed mistakes that weren´t triggered when they should in some cases and vice versa
  • Fixed some cases where AI would incorrectly estimate starting fuel and/or required fuel to add at pitstop
  • Added shared engine lifetime simulation for player and AI vehicles
  • AI performance calibration pass to all classes with revised physics
  • Revised AI personality parameters, adding more distinct characteristics for series with custom AI drivers
  • Adjusted AI overtaking parameters for all cars (less hesitation to overtake, less prone to aggressive twitches)
  • AI cars now start with 25% of fuel tank in practice sessions like the default player setup (rather than qualifying loads as before).
  • Further calibration to AI wet performance when on slicks
  • Added custom AI driver names to F-Vintage (both gens), F-Retro (all gens), F-Classic (all gens), M1 Procar, Group C, Group A, GT1, GTE, P1, P2, P3, P4 & DPi classes
  • Adjusted AI performance for Bathurst, Brands Hatch, Hockenheim, Laguna Seca, Monza, Montreal, Adelaide (both versions), Kansai (all layouts), Nordschleife (both layouts) Silverstone 1991, Silverstone 2001, Spa (both versions)

AUDIO

  • Adjusted onboard sounds to not overload output compressor potentially leading to minor distortion
  • Revised wall reflections DSP & improved low pass filter
  • Fixed inaccuracy with audio wall reflections distance calculation, now reflections are audible (WIP – most noticeable on surround sound systems)
  • Increased highpass cutoff frequency on audio reflections

VEHICLES

  • BMW E30 Group A, Mercedes 190E Evo2: Added dangling parts; Adjusted collision and damage models
  • Mclaren F1 GTR: Added Damage/Dangling parts; Fixed the wiper sound trigger; Revised collisions; Adjusted lights glows texture
  • Opala(all models): Added broken light textures; Adjusted light materials
  • Uno(both models): Added broken light textures; Adjusted light materials.
  • Sprintrace: Added damage models
  • Stock Car 2020-2022: Fixed damage on some parts and LODs
  • Caddilac DPi: Added 5 new liveries
  • F-Classic Gen1 & Gen2: Revised all liveries
  • Mercedes E190: Fixed winscreen dirt buildup rate