It’s been a little while since I reviewed Assetto Corsa. The number of vehicles in the game from the outset is staggering and it’s an amazing simulator. Kunos Simulazoni and 505 Games have since released three new DLC vehicle packs for the petrol heads among us. Here are the details.
The Japanese Pack will introduce seven new cars in a total of twelve versions. These are spread across different classes, types and ages.
Mazda MX-5 2015
Mazda MX-5 CUP
Mazda RX-7 Spirit R + tuned version
Toyota Supra MK IV + time attack and drift version
Toyota AE86 Trueno + tuned and drift verson
Nissan 370Z NISMO 2016
Nissan GT-R R34 Skyline V-Spec
The Prestige Pack appeals to tastes of those who like the finer things in life, including some high-octane powered supercars. Nine new vehicles are included in this pack.
Ferrari 488 GTB
Audi R8 V10 Plus
Corvette C7 Stingray
Ford Mustang 2015
Lamborghini Gallardo SuperLeggera
Nissan GR-T NISMO 2014
Audi A1 S1
BMW M4 Coupe
Now, the eagle-eyed among us may have noticed that there are some vehicles included in the Prestige Pack that were offered as a Pre-Order incentive. Fear not, brave Pre-Orderers, you can still obtain the rest of the Prestige content, by purchasing the Performance Upgrade Pack.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines. 505 Games and Kunos Simulazioni have finally announced when you could getting your leather driving-glove clad hands on the stunning-looking Assetto Corsa.
The racing title will feature over 90 high performance cars including Pagani, Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes. All of these will be battling to win over 27 different track configurations at such places like Silverstone and the Nurburgring.
The game will also feature single and multiplayer modes with customisable race weekends, preset challenges or a full-on career.
So when will you be able to get your racing head on for Assetto Corsa? The game is having a few dents pulled and a final wax and polish applied to the paintwork and should be ship-shape and showroom ready for a 3rd of June European release and a 7th of June North American release, a few weeks on from the initial April released mentioned below.
As usual, we’ll keep you posted if this changes further.
Kunos Simulazioni. Before Assetto Corsa was revealed by publisher 505 Games, I’d never heard of them. Judging by the screenshots that are coming out from the developer, you’ll be hearing a lot more from them very soon I’d imagine.
Today, Kunos has revealed the pack star for the retail edition of Assetto Corsa and petrol heads won’t be disappointed. Featuring on the cover will be Ferrari’s hybrid monster, the revolutionary track-ready FFX-K supercar, and stunning it looks too.
Heading for lights out and go, go, go, on the 22nd of April, Assetto Corsa will feature over 90 high-performance vehicles including the Pagani Zonda R, the Ferrari LaFerrari, Mercedes C9 and the McLaren 650S GT3. You’ll be able to race these around over 20 different track configurations, including Silverstone, Spa-Francorchamps, Monza and the Nurburgring.
With single and multiplayer racing and customisable race weekends, Assetto Corsa may finally be that new player in the field that can challenge the likes of Forza and Project CARS.
Assetto Corsa is due to release on the 22nd of April. I can’t wait.
505 Games have revealed a new arcade racing simulator, released to critical acclaim for it’s excellent handling model on PC, Assetto Corsa will be coming to Xbox One in 2016.
The game will draw upon the PC version’s 20+ track configurations and over 100 high performance vehicles, including the Maclaren P1 and is already drawing comparisons with the likes of Project Cars.
What might be different to the PC version? Well, how about a laser-scanned full version of Nordschleife. Those of us in the know, or who can slam that in a search engine fast enough, can tell you, this is the 14.173 miles North Loop of the Nurburgring. Boy racers will be shaking in their Recaro seats already.
It’s heading to the Xbox One next year then and here’s the trailer, for your total delight.