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TDU2 Test Drive Unlimited 2 Strange Glitch

Discussion in 'Driving & Racing Games' started by MobiusQuiza, Jul 3, 2017.

  1. MobiusQuiza

    MobiusQuiza Rookie

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    Hello there,

    Recently I bought on Steam Test Drive Unlimited 2, since I like free roaming racing games. Knowing that the PC port have serious issues, I downloaded the TDU2 Unpacker v0.4, Unofficial Patch v0.4 and the Serenity Car Pack V1.73, and installed them in this order. So far the game was running with no issues, until I entered some of the car dealers and I encountered this issue that is kinda annoying:

    Some cars of some dealerships have glitched rims, like those in the following Screenshots



    Test Drive Unlimited 2 02_07_2017 21_31_29.jpg
    Test Drive Unlimited 2 02_07_2017 21_33_04.jpg
    Test Drive Unlimited 2 02_07_2017 21_35_25.jpg



    I have no idea why this glitch occurs, and I searched everywhere, but with no sucess. I even searched videos of people using the Serenity car Pack 1.73, and those same cars the rims were normal, anyone have an idea on how I can solve this? Not that I want those cars(maybe the 300C and the Camaro), but part of me don't like to see a car beauty ruined like that :sad:

    Thank You
     
    #1 MobiusQuiza, Jul 3, 2017
    Last edited by Diablo: Apr 13, 2018
  2. Sm0kiT

    Sm0kiT Active Member

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    I'm pretty sure this has to do with the build you are using. Do you have the latest DLCs & updates installed? Your version should be: "TDU2 DLC2 v034".
     
  3. MobiusQuiza

    MobiusQuiza Rookie

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    Yes, i'm using that version(TDU2 DLC2 v034).
     
  4. Dextcloud

    Dextcloud Active Member

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    Maybe something is missing in your installation folder.
     
  5. Sm0kiT

    Sm0kiT Active Member

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    Are you using the TDU2 Universal Launcher? Do you also have the "pink skidmarks" bug? And btw are you using a mod manager (like JSGME) for easy installing/uninstalling of mods?
     
  6. MobiusQuiza

    MobiusQuiza Rookie

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    Answering the question in order:

    1: Yes, i'm using the Universal Launcher, since a lot of PC TDU2 recommend using it;

    2: Strangely, no, I thought this bug would happen after installing the patches, but it never happened, mmm...

    3: Hmm, never thought this game had one, i'll take a look, see if solves the issue.

    EDIT: Found the problem, I was missing a lot of files, like the wheel files, but also some cars, the ones I was missing was the BAC Mono and Nissan GTR R-34, i'm downloading to see if fixes all the issues.

    EDIT2: Reinstalled Unofficial patch from this site and it fixed everything, I guess the .exe file I had was glitched or something, thanks for your help! :)
     
    #6 MobiusQuiza, Jul 4, 2017
    Last edited by MobiusQuiza: Jul 4, 2017
  7. Sm0kiT

    Sm0kiT Active Member

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    No problem. Glad to hear it's working again. JSGME is an universal mod manager for pretty much every game - I can really recommend using it (or something similar).
     
  8. Belle109

    Belle109 Rookie

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    Hi there im having the exact same issue with you. I have re installed the unofficial parch again and the serenity pack but still the wheels are still in blue. Do i need to install the 0.1 patch for retail as well? Cause i have unpacked and directly install the v 0.4 to the unpacked directory. Im using the steam version btw. Any solutions?
     

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