Kylotonn Games have made available details of an upcoming patch for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 regarding the latest game from the WRC franchise, WRC 5. With a planned release date of December 4th, the latest patch should bring the Xbox One and PS4 copy of the game up to version 1.00 and promises to feature a host of much anticipated improvements and fixes. "Feedback from the WRC and racing community is very important for us as it helps to understand what they are expecting and where we did not achieve the best results,” Alain Jarniou, Game Director of WRC 5 stated. "One of the major issues we encountered at the launch concerned steering wheel compatibility on Playstation 4 and Xbox One, which is going to be solved with this update. "The patch will also correct other minor bugs in order to improve the racing experience. The PC version has already received several updates, but consoles workflow and validation systems make things a little bit longer and we’re sure game players will notice the big improvement. Of course, we do not forget Playstation 3 users who will receive an update as well but later. The console's workflow and validation systems make things a little bit longer and we’re sure game players will notice the big improvement". A further update for the PS3 version is due for release at a later date. WRC 5 – Xbox One and Playstation 4 Patch 1.0 – Release notes Common to all platforms: Inputs: D-Pad can be used for steering. Add option to configure steering wheel rotation angle. Wheel max angle set in real time when modifying value in menus. Fix UI actions not being bound on steering wheels. Gameplay corrections: Penalty system changed: Penalty is no more a 30s malus on the first mistake but is now a smaller cumulative time malus. SS2 Monte Carlo time corrected: this stage is now easier to win. Force feedback bug fix when going in reverse. Disable codriver shock voice event. Pad vibrations are stronger and redesigned Respawn system correction: to avoid exploits, « back on track » system now teleports on the last road section left and not the closest. Sound enhancements: more drifts / public / surfaces feedbacks. Fixes: Crash fix with non-ASCII characters in nickname / multiplayer name. Fix Chardonnet helmet. End replay bug fix: rankings do not change anymore when replay is finished. Vehicle and Copilot sounds bug fix after a replay. PC Specific: Crash fix (keyboard/game pad conflict). PS4 Specific: Fix Thrustmaster steering wheel Force FeedBack (FFB) management. Add Fanatec steering wheel support. Add Logitech G29 support. Xbox One specific: Microsoft FFB API integrated, should work on every wheels Xbox One compatible. With strong contender for rally king DiRT Rally, and upcoming release of Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo due early 2016 Kylotonn Games need to keep up an aggressive strategy of updates and improvements if they don't want their new title to fall too far behind its rivals before it gets the chance to really show rally fans what it can do. Have you tried WRC 5 yet? Let us know your opinions in the comments section below!