After the week of waiting, Turn 10 Studios released the second patch for Forza Motorsport. Hotfix 1.1 was supposed to eliminate only one, but the most serious problem. Unfortunately, the operation was unsuccessful.
Among the many problems annoying the Forza Motorsport players, one turned out to be especially unpleasant. This is a mistake that sometimes leads to the fact that progress is not preserved after a career race. In this case, when trying to confirm the upgrade of the car or buy a new car, before the next competition, a failure occurs, and the restart of the game leads to the need to replay the last race (race).
Players were disappointed that in the first update (1.0), released seven days ago, the Turn 10 studio missed this problem. Instead, the developer devoted the next patch (Hotfix 1.1) that was released yesterday. This is actually the only change made in it.
Since the players were full of hopes for getting rid of the biggest trouble, they hardly worried about the modest patch size (in Steam it weighs only 67.4 MB). However, despite several reports of improving the stability of the game, the joy turned out to be premature.
Although the moderators of the official forum of the series closed the topic of this error in the Trobleshooting Hub section (which at that time was a record number of messages – 657), a similar topic was quickly opened by the player who again encountered the same problem and quickly won supports support other injured users.
Unfortunately, apparently, Turn 10 Studios once again compromised itself in the eyes of fans who are forced to stock up on even greater patience and continue to use the temporary solution (not to change the tires and the amount of fuel in the tank thereby reducing the risk of error).
Apparently, wait until the game can completely reveal its potential, while you have to wait a long time. Perhaps more positive changes will occur in update 2.0, which is expected in early November. The first additional racing highway should appear in it – the Yas Marina Autodrom, announced in September.