We have some great news now for those of you that bought a copy of NASCAR The Game: 2011, as the developer Eutechnyx has recently announced that a new patch is on its way. Not only will the upcoming update fix several bus that have been reported, but it will also improve the overall game.
Ipfisher over at thegamershub.net has provided a list of changes that should be included in the new patch. For example, the Hardcore mode has now been enabled on the Xbox 360, the loss of save issue has been fixed and the bug in which the Spotter said ‘Clear’ too often is now sorted.
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The patch has also fixed the issue in which the Lobby Race Start Counter was freezing, the issues with the Lucky Dog rule and the bug that made the player’s car roll away during a celebration. It’s also added a number of improvements, including the ability to turn the HUD completely off.
Support for the Porsche GT2 wheel on the Xbox 360 has also been added in the patch, as well as the ability to change your online car, support for the T500 wheel and a proximity indicator to split-screen. Manufacturer logos and Taillight / Headlight stickers have now been added to the Paint Store.
You can read what other changes have been made in the upcoming patch via thegamershub.net website. Have you been experiencing many issues with the NASCAR The Game: 2011 title?