The poll to determine the final car in Assetto Corsa‘s upcoming Ferrari 70th Anniversary Celebration Pack is back online. Players will get to help select one of the Maranello model, and… Read More »
At the end of last year Kunos announced its prospective plans for 2017. While the wait for Laguna Seca continues, a new Assetto Corsa car pack celebrating the 70th anniversary of Ferrari… Read More »
Bringing the series to a close, we’re taking the final three vehicles included in the R2R car pack for a spin: the McLaren P1 GTR, Toyota TS040 Hybrid, and the Audi R18 e-tron quattro.
We’re back for the second round of cars included in the R2R car pack, this time bringing the Audi TT RS VLN, R8 LMS, and the Maserati MC12 GT1 out to play.
We’re taking four of Assetto Corsa’s newest vehicles out for a test drive on PC: the McLaren 570S, Lotus 3-Eleven, Toyota Celica, and Audi TT Cup.
PC players have a new 10-car pack to play with in Kunos Simulazioni’s sim racer.
It’s been a long time coming, but the substantial 1.14 update lands on Sony’s system tomorrow.
Get an early look at three of the cars coming to Assetto Corsa in a few days.
Ten more cars are coming to Assetto Corsa’s PC version, and they’re arriving next week.
505 Games gives us a look at what we can expect this month.
Kunos delivers the bad news for those waiting for custom lobbies, but showcases what players can expect when the update arrives.
Assetto Corsa’s latest console update is nearly ready, barring a few submission and localization issues.
We’re strapping ourselves behind the wheel of the Le Mans-winning 787B and first-generation MX-5 Miata and taking them for a test drive.
The latest update introduced a number of new vehicles to Assetto Corsa, and the first up to bat is the long-awaited mid-engine Porsche 911 RSR.
Kunos has confirmed the inclusion of custom lobbies for next month.
That was fast! PC sim racers now have more cars to experience in Assetto Corsa.