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Official patch for Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2.

 

Taken from: https://www.nfsplanet.com/nfs6_patches.php?lang=eng


What's New in Version 242

Released

  • ULTIPLAYER ENCRYPTION:
  • All multiplayer races are now encrypted to provide an added level of
  • security.
  • FORCE FEEDBACK OPTIONS MENU:
  • Force feedback settings under the Options menu are now properly linked
  • to the device.
  • FORCE FEEDBACK BEHAVIOR:
  • Force feedback settings will now produce torque on steering wheels and
  • flight sticks. Game pads will remain rumble only. Some game pads will
  • attempt to emulate torque by rumbling. You may adjust the amount of
  • vibration using force feedback settings under the Options menu.
  • MULTIPLE FORCE FEEDBACK DEVICES:
  • If you have multiple force feedback devices, force feedback will only be
  • active through the device that is mapped to steering input.
  • LOGITECH (TM) WINGMAN FORMULA GP & LOGITECH MOMO FORCE WHEELS:
  • The game now recognizes separate gas and brake mappings for Logitech
  • Wingman Formula GP and Logitech Wingman Formula Force GP pedals. To
  • use this feature, go to the Start menu, select Settings, select Control
  • Panel. Within Control Panel, double-click Game Controllers, select
  • your Logitech device, and click on Properties. Click on Settings within
  • the Properties window, and uncheck "Pedal reported as... Combined".
  • Note: This only applies to LOGITECH wheels, other wheels should assume
  • combined axis mode to work properly with NFS HP2.
  • THURSTMASTER (TM) FORCE FEEDBACK RACING WHEELS:
  • The game now maps the gas and brake pedals correctly for Thurstmaster
  • Force Feedback Racing Wheels.



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