Atari has released the first set of changes for Xbox 360-exclusive driving game RACE Pro.

The title update - automatically downloaded from Xbox Live - fixes a slew of single- and multiplayer issues. Most of them are minor and technical bugs that make the list too long and boring to reproduce here. And we normally quite like lists - oh look, a train!

This update is a response to the requests of the community, apparently, which also explains why so much of it focuses on multiplayer.

If you're still pondering a RACE Pro investment, why not revisit our review and mull it over? You can probably add 0.0001 to the score now these fixes are in place.

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