Although developers seemed to be forgot completely that they had a game under Steam Early Access, the Bugbear studio signs contract with a major upgrade to Next Car Game: Wreckfest. The new patch -promised a few weeks ago is featuring a new physics engine with model simulated wheels, suspension geometry, a new DirectX 11 rendering module, and materials based on natural lighting.
The patch should automatically download to those who have installed the game. The first reports of Steam users speak of a significant loss in graphics quality and performance.
Below you can see the list of features released.
- A new physics engine top level simulation with advanced simulation of wheels and suspension geometries.
- New DirectX 11 rendering engine with realistic lighting and materials, based on physical.
- Operating system support 64-bit, for optimal performance on modern systems
- MSAA anti-aliasing hardware with advanced antialiasing transparency vegetation.
- Dedicated multiplayer servers for optimized performance with console and remote configuration.
- Steam Leaderboards and player statistics, to track and compare performance with other players.
- Support for changing the track and the car in the lobby, and add bots to multiplayer events.
- New game modes and Elimination Race Team Race, which guarantee to provide explosive racing action for 2-4 teams.
- A new track and a completely improved.
- Two new cars, one American and one European.