The racing sim that refuses to finish development, another 'final' update has been released...
... to be fair this is more of a hotfix to the recent, final, major build release for the still exceptional Automobilista Racing Simulator, but I just couldn't resist making reference to the seemingly endless development life of Reiza Studios AMS - a title that's gone through three different names and countless improvements to hold the lofty position in sim racers affections that it enjoys today.
This latest build, dropped to the title earlier today, is most focused on adding a few final fixes that appeared as part of the last major build update, details of which can be found below:
AMS V1.5.26 Hotfix Notes:
- Fixed a bug that could cause rotation range not being set for older Logitech wheels in some cases; Fixed G27 LEDs not working; Added old method for rotation range adjusting, can be triggered from controller.ini
- Fixed CTD when going out on track in some cases with direct drive wheel controllers
- Added Fanatec Podium Direct Drive Preset
- Snetterton: Revised AIWs; Added garage walls & detais; draw distance adjustments; Adjusted pit & start lights; Racing groove & other minor graphical updates
- Puma Series: Added multiple performances to puma series
- F-Classic: Fixed mistakenly commited audio experiment
- SuperV8: Replaced Plasto Racing Team with Scuderia Basilea
An epic sim - long live AMS!
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