A new update for the PC version of WRC 8 has been released.
Developed by Kylotonn Games and published by Bigben Interactive, WRC 8 has been met with a largely positive response from the sim racing community since release day back in September - marking arguably the most impressive instalment for the long running series to date.
Having started off life positively, the developers apparently remain keen to keep on top of the most commonly community requests, having already deployed a few small updates across all platforms on which the game is available.
Earlier today another new build to the simulation has been deployed, this time focusing on the PC version of the title, looking to address some of the ongoing peripheral compatibility issues that currently exist within the title.
WRC 8 PC Patch Notes:
- Fixed the issue where some pedal devices were not being recognised as additional peripherals.
- Change the default deadzone of new axis binding.
- Enhance axis detection and configuration on new axis bindings.
Although not exactly massive, it is still positive to see Kylotonn are keen to continue development of the title, hopefully building on the already very solid foundations that have been laid with this official representation of the 2019 FIA World Rally Championship videogame.
WRC 8 is available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC now.
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