Project CARS 6.0 Update Now Available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

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The 6.0 Update is now available to PlayStation 4 owners and is beginning to roll out to Xbox One owners as of today.

Weighing in at 5.6GB on the PS4 and 3.5GB on the Xbox One, the latest update is primarily focused on improving the game’s multiplayer environment by introducing an all-new host kick function, which if kicked the offending player will be auto-kicked once more when attempting to join the same multiplayer session, a mandatory pit option, and an option to set race length according to time.

That’s a taste of what’s been introduced in the latest update for Project CARS. For the entire rundown of what’s new and improved, have a look at the original news posting here when the update was first made available to PC owners.

Remember to stop by our Project CARS forum for more discussion, in-depth analysis and more!

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