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Thread: Best update to install for hd/fury?

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    Default Best update to install for hd/fury?

    Just acquired this and was reading through the "two steps forward one step side shift" thread and was wondering which update you folks think was the best in terms of adding to the game play whilst fixing bugs?

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    If you're not going for competitive play in the leaderboards (read TT & SL), then just go with the latest one, this will also allow you to play online, however, if TT & SL is important to you & you want to compete with the world records then you'll have to go with pre-patch 2.51, i think 2.21 or something like that was recommended by the people over at wipeoutrankings, however, if you go with that, you will be playing a (arguably) broken version of the physics (which patch 2.51 fixed, to many people's discontent, as it is slightly slower going through corners (not noticeable, but present (about 200ms per lap)))

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    I'm just playing offline so the best physics, least bugs and greatest feeling of speed is what I seek.

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    what you should do is playing on v.2.51 first, set personal bests for all events and classes. if you've done that, you can de-install the game, then re-install it and update to v.2.10.
    that route to go is to assure, that all your records get updated as soon as you choose to go back to 2.51 again

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    Been playing a bit on the standard Un updated release and was wondering which patch gets rid of that millisecond freeze that seems to occur at random once in a while. Really breaks the illusion of speed when everything just stops momentarily before continuing.

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    Having a large custom playlist will do that, even in the latest patch, it's still freeze happy, the more songs in your playlist the worse it gets

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    No custom playlist, just the standard tracks playing the game from the HD.

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    get long 1-2h mixes on your hdd, and play it via custom soundtrack ingame. problem solved. every time another music track is starting, you get microfreezes, that's why the long mixes solves that particular problem ...

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    Ah, that makes sense.

    Thanks

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