Bugbear Entertainment have released another update to Destruction Derby style game Next Car Game: Wreckfest. Having spent quite some time without releasing much in the way of updates to the game, Bugbear seem to be on a roll of late. The new patch brings some interesting features and improvements, not least of which is the inclusion on a new car from the far-east in the form of the snappily titled Asian 1. With a game that features predominantly old school classic racing bangers, H shifter support is essential for players who want to accurately recreate the experience of racing these old vehicles door-to-door with fellow banger car drivers. Wednesday's patch promises to provide just that, with improved shifting for both sequential and H-shifters Gladly, early user testing reports that response time for shifting is greatly improved. Another interesting feature to note is the ability to repair the most damaged parts of the car in a single click of a button. This will come as a relief to those players who wish to avoid the sometimes awkward repair options and get on with the serious business of crashing into other players... The new update for Wreckfest is live now and available to download via Steam. Changelog: Added a new car: Asian 1. Improved shifting with sequential and H-shifter. Added a button to automatically distribute all available repair points to parts that are in worst condition. Reduced part wear rate. Improved foliage. Fixed mud surface, tweaked off-road surfaces. Multiplayer race start should no longer get stuck if someone joins or timeouts during the last seconds. Implemented a probable fix for the 64-bit version sometimes crashing when a large amount of (dynamic) tires activated. Bots that are manually added now remain on the dedicated server after track rotation. Increased server name length limit. Improved HUD. Have you tried the new update? What do you think of the new car? Any ideas what real world vehicle it represents? Let us know in the comments section below!