The latest update for GT World Challenge simulator Assetto Corsa Competizione has arrived on PC, and brings with it the much-anticipated second DLC pack.
Up until now, ACC had exclusively been about GT3 race cars. The GT4 Pack DLC changes all that, by adding in 11 cars from the official 2019 GT4 European Series. There’s 52 liveries, representing the teams and drivers from the 2019 season, and the new raft of vehicles brings new manufacturers to Competizione too.
In case you missed the earlier announcements, the 11 cars are as follows:
- Alpine A110 GT4 (7 liveries)
- Aston Martin Vantage GT4 (7 liveries)
- Audi R8 LMS GT4 (4 liveries)
- BMW M4 GT4 (8 liveries)
- Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R (2 liveries)
- Ginetta G55 GT4 (1 liveries)
- KTM X-Bow GT4 (3 liveries)
- Maserati MC GT4 (1 liveries)
- McLaren 570S GT4 (5 liveries)
- Mercedes AMG GT4 (10 liveries)
- Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport (4 liveries)
In addition to the cars, the DLC brings the new championship itself to the game. There’s a new GT4 Season menu, with a 2019 championship season or custom championship season available. The GT4 Sprint Race game mode adds one-hour endurance races with mandatory driver change but no tire swap or refueling allowed.
If you want to take the plunge, the GT4 Pack DLC comes in at $19.99 (£17.99, €19.99) and is available on Steam now.
Accompanying the DLC is a major update for ACC. The v1.50 update brings myriad changes across the game, from the graphics and audio to the physics and UI. We’ll put a full change log into the comments section for ease of use.
However, one change that might be of particular interest comes in the multiplayer section. A server-side filter allows players to race within predefined categories — GT3, Super Trofeo, Cup, GT4 — but also engage in multiclass races. You don’t need the GT4 Pack DLC in order to join a multiclass server, but in this “Free For All” mode you’ll be able to race against the new GT4s in the cars you do have.
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