Wreckfest Update 1.41 Changelog (Tournament Update)

A new Wreckfest version 1.41 (Tournament Update) released on PS4 and Xbox One. According to the official Wreckfest update 1.41 changelog, the latest update added new Tournament Mode, a new demolition derby arena, support for American All-Star Car Pack and more. In addtion, Wreckfest patch 1.41 also includes performance improvements.

Previously. a big update was released which added 2 free new tracks Tribend Speedway and Thunderbow. Apart from this, the last update also added PS4 voice chat and other performance improvements.

Unfortunately, since the release, some players are experiencing several issues when trying to play the game. Today’s Wreckfest version 1.41 is expected to fix these issues. Check out more details below.

What is new in Wreckfest update 1.41 (Tournament Update) Changelog?


  • Added Tournament Mode.

The eponymous Tournament Mode is all about putting your racing and wrecking skills to the ultimate test by competing in thrilling challenges, not only against the game, but also against the other players! It all boils down to being a boss by winning trophies in challenges and earning fame, with new challenges coming every day, every week and every month, and then using the acquired fame to claim exclusive rewards from the tournament shop, with new epic rewards each season.

The daily challenges are like bite-size snacks, a fun thing that you can tackle each day to prepare you for the real meat of the Tournament Mode: the prestigious weekly and monthly challenges that make you face-off with the other players around the world in exciting time-limited leaderboard challenges, with the goal of conquering the leaderboards and being crowned the undisputed king of demolition!

Some of the Tournament Mode events are completed with DLC content, but in case you don’t own the specific DLC no need to sweat because everyone can join! That also goes for the computer-controller AI Players, so for the first time you can actually race against computer-controlled DLC cars and special vehicles. We’ve also used the opportunity to tune the game for Tournament Mode so you can expect maximum action and maximum damage – in short, maximum carnage!

Speaking about DLCs, there’s a new one out: American All-Star Car Pack!

  • Added a new free demolition arena: The Maw.

This one’s like a deranged brother of [I]Hellride[/I] and takes the battle onto a platform high-up, with the wimps and losers facing their untimely demise by falling off.

  • Added support for the new DLC: American All-Stars Car Pack.

This new pack adds three new American heavy-hitters, each offering a different kind of gameplay experience. Grand Duke marks the return of the demolition derby royal that packs some serious punch, Wildking is a true American icon with a plenty of power to go forward fast, and Little Thrasher is great little truck that punches above its weight.


  • Loading is now significantly faster (up to 80%).
  • (PC) Improved file system robustness.
  • (XB1) Improved title stability.


  • Updated HUD visuals.


  • On Tribend, the player no longer resets on top of the overhead walkway when resetting beneath it.
  • Random parts of the vehicle are no longer be missing when restarting the event while in a ghost mode.
  • Ghost mode is now automatically disabled when the event ends, eliminating blinking cars in the background of the post-race screens.
  • Ghost mode is now disabled after 15 seconds to prevent stuck AI cars from blinking forever.
  • Wreckfest Tournament update reduced the chance of wheelhubs getting stuck inside walls during heavy deformation.
  • Improved Bugzilla handling, suspension and visual damage.
  • It’s now possible to use the front splitter without the front bumper on Roadcutter.
  • Honey Pot and Bumper Car wheels no longer get damaged from the slightest nudge.
  • Improved El Matador, Venom visual damage to prevent handling being destroyed when damaged.
  • Wreckfest 1.41 improved Honey Pot, Bumper Car and Sofa Car handling to make them less twitchy.
  • Fixed Wardigger torque curve.
  • Fixed Nexus side mirrors glitch.
  • Fixed Hornet wheel clipping.


  • Output to server console and log is now performed asynchronously, improving stability.


  • Front-end: The “Effects” volume slider now also works as master volume for “Interface Sound Effects”.
  • Front-end: The “Interface Sound Effects” volume slider now also affects car part equip & counter sounds.
  • Front-end: Wreckfest patch 1.41 added variation to car part equip sound.
  • In-game: Each AI engine sound adjusted for smoother loudness across full rpm range.
  • In-game: AI engine sound optimizations to lower memory and processor requirements.
  • In-game: Removed flanging/phasing effects occurring with AI engine sounds at start of a race.
  • In-game: Add automation to lower music volume up to 3dB based on overall AI vehicle loudness (e.g. when driving amidst a dense pack of vehicles). Effect is disabled when music volume is configured below 75% in game settings.
  • In-game: Add 30-second end countdown sound effects to time-limited races (to signal player that race is about to end soon).
  • In-game: Added reverse gear warning sound effect for large player vehicles (Big Rig, Harvester, Motorhome and Schoolbus)
  • In-game: DSP effects settings, synthesis and automation tweaks for Big Rig.

Wreckfest update 1.41 is now available for download on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Pramod Singh

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