Start your game connected to the PSN and you'll be invited to download an update. The download weighs 35 MB, it fixes the damage system.
You have a change list?
Be careful with this patch...., I downloaded it (for PC) and started having probs. Dk if it will apply to consoles tho
I put in shift but didn't download anything... help?
It should ask you for the patch install on start up of the game, maybe its not live yet or not live in your country not sure.
Good, I'll try that out tonight.
It also fixes the bouncing high performance/tuned cars have when traveling at speed. I haven't been able to progress past tier 3 because of it. Its good to know they've been swift with a patch though.
They need to fix the steering with a controller next because the controls are over sensitive in the PS3 version. @xTruthx - This is a different patch than the PC version also I dont have any problems with the PC version with patch 1.1. It made Shift better for me.
I'd suggest turning the sensitivity down, or just get a steering wheel. They're going at reduced prices on amazon. The g25 is only £140 now, the GT is £70, or go all out with the fanatec 911 wheel (£299).
I got a Logitech Driving Force for $25 (Gamestop special). It doesn't have pedals (so, I am stuck with automatic), but you can dose the throttle and the steering well. I am beyond Tier3 now, but without a wheel I can't imagine to have driven a couple of races. I think the sliding is OK, and pretty accurate. That's just what a 500hp car would do if you hit the pedal 100% and have no way to halfway adjust the steering (or counter steer) or the throttle. That said, I had to drift the LP560 at times in long corners to stay ahead or win. I can't imagine you can do that with a stick.
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