WRC Generations Patch V

WRC Generations Patch V

Another patch update for rally racing title WRC Generations, with various fixes to improve and what is coming up in the future.

Hello drivers,

We are pleased to announce a new hotfix (v for the Steam version of WRC Generations is now available to download on your Steam client.

Below today’s list of fixes, you will also find a non-exhaustive list of the fixes we are currently working on resolving through the next updates.

Patch Notes
  • Fixed random crash with some Thrustmaster peripherals
Note: Some Thrustmaster peripherals might still encounter issues, an additional update to resolve them is under development.
  • Fixed an issue preventing to see specific Career screens on an Nvidia 4090 card
  • Fixed a crash when DLSS FG was activated without DLSS SR at launch
  • Fixed a crash after tutorial when player nickname used specific typeface within the Drivercard
Note: There still are FFB issues with Logitech steering wheels, this should be resolved by a future update of the Logitech G HUB.
Fixed in a future update
  • The throttle is only effective when pressed to at least 95%.
  • In Clubs you can use your own liveries in Realistic Rallies, creating potential issues.
  • In Leagues the wrong groups can be displayed in some Leagues.
  • There is an invisible obstacle appearing in Turkey SSS Marmaris. The stage has temporarily been disabled in competitive modes and will be re-enabled when the issue is fixed in a future patch.
  • Wet tyres don’t have as much of a meaningful improvement over soft tyres as they should have.
  • In Leagues and Clubs, car setup and tyres selection are only considered in the first special stage of a rally, not in the following stages.
  • There are sound issues with Audi Quattro 1 and Skoda Fabia Rally2.
  • Added tooltips explaining each car setup option
  • Added understandable information on content involving DLCs (Liveries using DLC stickers, Liveries using DLC cars, Stickers using DLC stickers…)
  • Some Nvidia DLSS option interdependencies are wrong.


2022 will see the WRC transition to the hybrid era. This is a revolution for the rally world, significantly affecting performance, changing strategies and making drivers and teams adapt.