Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2 patch 242 changes:
All multiplayer races are now encrypted to provide an added level of
FORCE FEEDBACK OPTIONS MENU
Force feedback settings under the Options menu are now properly linked
to the device.
FORCE FEEDBACK BEHAVIOR
Force feedback settings will now produce torque on steering wheels and
flight sticks. Game pads will remain rumble only. Some game pads will
attempt to emulate torque by rumbling. You may adjust the amount of
vibration using force feedback settings under the Options menu.
MULTIPLE FORCE FEEDBACK DEVICES
If you have multiple force feedback devices, force feedback will only be
active through the device that is mapped to steering input.
LOGITECH (TM) WINGMAN FORMULA GP & LOGITECH MOMO FORCE WHEELS
The game now recognizes separate gas and brake mappings for Logitech
Wingman Formula GP and Logitech Wingman Formula Force GP pedals. To
use this feature, go to the Start menu, select Settings, select Control
Panel. Within Control Panel, double-click Game Controllers, select
your Logitech device, and click on Properties. Click on Settings within
the Properties window, and uncheck "Pedal reported as... Combined".
Note: This only applies to LOGITECH wheels, other wheels should assume
combined axis mode to work properly with NFS HP2.
THURSTMASTER (TM) FORCE FEEDBACK RACING WHEELS
The game now maps the gas and brake pedals correctly for Thurstmaster
Force Feedback Racing Wheels.