Wreckfest Winter Fest Update Brings New Tournament Event and Car, Patch Notes Here

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The racing game by Bugbear Entertainment, Wreckfest, just received a major update. It brings a new tournament called Winter Fest along with a free car, Starbeast SS. A new event called Snowball Run is also available. As usual, the patch fixes several bugs that are still hiding somewhere in the game. Check out the trailer below.

The update improved the handling of Speedie and fixed the issue of small special vehicles not taking heavy damage from minor stunts and roof decoration deformation. Both DualShock and DualSense controllers will now work as intended and the audio bug of the Rebel Rat engine has been resolved.

RELEASE NOTES

TOURNAMENT

  • New tournament season: Winter Fest.
  • New free tournament reward car: Starbeast SS.
  • The DLC promotional screen is only shown once per session for each respective DLC.

SYSTEM

  • Fixed an issue which caused DualShock and DualSense controllers to not function correctly.

GAMEPLAY

  • Improved Speedie handling and engine to make it more competitive.
  • Small special vehicles no longer take excessive damage even from small shunts.
  • Rammer and Roadcutter AI Player setups are now more appropriate for their respective classes.
  • The rear spoiler of the Nexus RS "BB Racing" bundle is now parented correctly to the trunk lid.
  • Exhausts no longer get distorted after deforming.
  • Roof decorations no longer deform wildly.
  • Fixed Boomer RS tail light cover glitch.

AUDIO

  • Rebel Rat engine audio now plays correctly.
  • Fixed an issue with Stellar where clicks in sound would occur when idling in neutral gear.
  • Cockpit view audio now includes more low and mid range frequencies.
  • Audience sound effects are no longer played during loading screens.
  • In the settings, the "Interface Sound Effects" now changes volume of UI sounds independent from the "Effects" volume.
  • In the settings, the "Ambiance" volume control now affects all track-side sound sources. Have fun!

You can read the complete patch notes above or from the official site.

So what do you think? Are you excited about the new tournament event? Will you try out the new car? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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