Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

Hot Wheels Unleashed 2 Gets Update on October 30

Milestone, the developer, has rolled out Update 1.06 for Hot Wheels Unleashed 2. Although the official patch notes are yet to be released, there’s already a list of what has been fixed or improved since the October 26 update.

Hot Wheels Unleashed October 30 Patch Notes

As we said above, the patch notes are currently missing, and this minor update could be related to the ones released from October 26, or introduce fixes tied to it.

  • Added an alphanumeric code to the player profile in online matches in order to identify players with the same user name during online cross play sessions.
  • Improved the minimap UI of “Clash Derby” and “Grab the Gears” game modes: icons are no longer cut on the edge of the minimap, making it easier to read them.
  • Added more “Secret” rarity and “Add-on” vehicles to the available filters in the “Collection” page
  • Added an option to maintain the original rims in the Livery Editor.
  • Improved texturing and lighting of the “Clash Derby” arena.
  • Fixed the Automatic Closure feature not working when editing a branch of a split track in the Track Editor .
  • Fixed a bug that forced the wrong vehicle in online matches if chosen in the online main page.
  • Fixed a bug where the Elimination race do not finish if the player remains alone with no other opponents.
  • Fixed some tracks showing the wrong suggested vehicle category in the “Track Selection” page.
  • Fixed a bug that caused a module SFX to loop in the “Track Selection” page.
  • Fixed the party overlay visible over the Player Profile visualization page.
  • Improved some “Unleashed Missions” description to make them more clear.
  • Fixed the “Success Story” Mission unlocking condition.
  • Added the “Shared Content” button when viewing a player profile.
  • Fixed a bug that caused problems with the boost using a specific combination of perks with some vehicles.
  • Fixed the accessibility options not working in “City Rumble” Elimination mode events.
  • Minor fixes to the UI.
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