Bigmoon Entertainment deployed the seventh update to DAKAR 18 on PC last night, adding yet more improvements to what is a rapidly developing game... Having come in for some heavy criticism due to the seemingly unfinished state of development when DAKAR 18 released to the public back on September 25th, Bigmoon Entertainment appear to be working tirelessly behind the scenes to bring about considerable change and improvements to DAKAR 18, a refreshing approach from the new development team and one that stands them in good stead for the future of this obviously promising racing title. Releasing the seventh patch to the game in just 12 days, build 0.7 again looks to address some of the most commonly found issues with the title, whilst also adding yet more much needed support for steering wheel support. You can check out the full (PC) update notes below... DAKAR 18 Update 7 Notes: We tweaked the steering wheels code. If you find any issues with your device, we recommend to access the Control Settings and "Reset to Defaults". Features improved: Improved: AI driving is now more realistic Improved: AI behavior changes according to the difficulty mode more noticeable Improved: Truck tires' damage adjusted Improved: Better UI display when picking up a treasure in Treasure Hunt mode Improved: Peugeot 205 T16 engine and gearbox improved (it now reaches a top speed of 170km/h) Improved: Wheel particle system management on a world shift Improved: Server list now shows server state ('Lobby' or 'In Progress') General Bugs Fixed: Fixed: NPC vehicles disappeared during world shift Fixed: Some assets had glitches and could end up with different visuals during world shift Fixed: Issue with landscape lowest LOD showing for a few frames after a world shift Fixed: Problem where binding an input, the player could end up stuck Fixed: Some bushes were seen inside the cockpit Fixed: Painted green the path on Stage 11 note 30 DAKAR 18 is available for £39.99 on Steam now. To keep in touch with all the latest news from this simulation, and to share the excitement with your fellow fans of the great event, be sure to check out the Dakar 18 sub forum right here at RaceDepartment.com! Like what you see here at RaceDepartment? Don't forget to like, subscribe and follow us on social media! Instagram Twitter Facebook Youtube Twitch Share with us your DAKAR 18 thoughts! What do you like most about the game? What needs further attention? Let us know in the comments section below!