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Strange GTA Bug Sees Car Not Turn Left

Well, Rockstar did say before that they were planning to bring some of the most popular cars back into GTA Online and now the Infernus has officially entered. Only for some reason it can’t seem to turn left.

 

 

Costing $915,000 players have been snapping it up and taking it for a spin only to find that it vibrates like hell, and while taking right turns is fine, the Infernus really does not like turning left at speed. At all. If you try it spins out for some reason, and it seems the issue is down to one of the rear wheels. More specifically it’s down to the wheel’s damage value which seems to be permanently stuck on a certain damaged value, which is a very odd little bug. There is a player-available solution to fix the turning ability though and it’s to break the other rear wheel too. Which doesn’t sound that great but at least it means you can expect similar levels of skid in both directions that way, and it’s probably more exciting to drive that way too.

 

Rockstar are aware of the issues and are seeking the fix as we speak so hopefully the Infernus will soon live up to its fan favourite legacy.


April 1st, 2017 by PredictedCyborg
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