The much anticipated handling update for EA SPORTS F1 24 is almost here.

The handling of the F1 24 game has been improved with version 1.3, which launches on June 7.

The much anticipated handling update for EA SPORTS F1 24 is almost here.
                               The much anticipated handling update for EA SPORTS F1 24 is almost here.

The primary topic of discussion is how EA SPORTS F1 24’s cars behave. Things appear to go wrong more often when you play with setups and aim for league or competitive esports speeds.

The developers at Codemasters aim to promptly resolve these concerns and provide an update with a list of potential improvements.

It is claimed that the way the tire model reacts to quickly varying slip angles will stop drivers from applying excessive lock while allowing the vehicle to maintain speed into an apex.

The announcement of revised suspension kinematics generated a lot of discussion before to launch. In the upcoming patch, these will be further adjusted.

Electronic Arts claims that a major issue with the Hot Lap ERS mode has been resolved, and that gear ratios and relative performance have been changed to more closely resemble actual performance.

With the exception of Formula 2, these modifications result in a leaderboard wipe.

“In response to player feedback, we’ve made significant updates to our physics tech this year to set us up for long-term advancements in handling,” stated Lee Mather, Senior Creative Director.

The much anticipated handling update for EA SPORTS F1 24 is almost here.
                             The much anticipated handling update for EA SPORTS F1 24 is almost here.

“Like with any new system, we will keep improving it by hearing feedback from our community, and we’ll make more improvements both during and after live services.

The goal of the adjustments was to give the car’s front end a more realistic degree of grip and turn-in ability. Additionally, we made changes to improve the car’s throttle controllability.

“Players without assists and those who use a wheel will see these changes more frequently.”

Owners of PCs, PlayStations, and Xboxes will be able to drive the truth, since the update comes with a vast variety of fixes unrelated to handling.

A decrease in speed when driving on grass, a bump in the quality of ray tracing reflections, and native compatibility for the Asetek SimSports Invicta wheelbase are a few of these. Here is the complete changelog:

 

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