Fans of classic, and long-absent Gran Turismo tracks can rejoice, as it’s now possible to race on them again. There’s one slight catch though: it’s not in Gran Turismo, or even on a PlayStation console.
If you’re an Xbox gamer and haven’t decided on whether to take the plunge on Assetto Corsa or not yet, there’s some good news. The racing sim from Kunos Simulazioni is now available as part of Xbox Game Pass.
It’s been a while since I had the pleasure of a modern, high downforce car. Over the last few weeks, I’ve driven a wide variety of cars and games and had a great deal of fun. But, my primal need for some high downforce savagery hasn’t been satisfied… until now. Enter the 2019 Formula Hybrid.
It’s quite amazing how fast the sim racing landscape has changed. In recent years, there has been a big shift in the PC sim racing community towards more licensed content. The shift has been so dramatic that even a title built for modding, rFactor 2, has had to move towards licensed content to survive. This never used to be the case.
Michael Schumacher. That name will forever be synonymous with Formula One. That name could be the definition of success. He is a man that redefined the record books. A man filled with unrelenting desire and determination. He’s a man that became a hero to me and a legend to the world of motorsport.
Whenever I see an alert telling me Race Sim Studio have released a new car, there’s this excitement that runs through my body. RSS is, in my opinion, the best modding team around. Everything it has released has been of a quality you’d expect from a game developer. I could make an argument for some of its mods being better than official Assetto Corsa content.
Formula One is coming to the city of Miami for the 2019 season. Proposed earlier this month, F1 and the Miami City Commission met to approve plans for the GP. The current deal sees the circus running around the circuit for ten years, 2019-2028.
Assetto Corsa has a storied history, both on PC and consoles. Since releasing to PC in 2014 and consoles in 2016, there’s been a wealth of added content. With 178 cars, there’s plenty of content (both free and paid) to keep oneself busy.
Players loading up Assetto Corsa on PlayStation 4 earlier this week found an unexpected surprise. It seems Kunos Simulazioni has quietly released another update for the title, adding new events alongside other fixes.
In a surprise move, 505 Games has announced a new Ultimate Edition of Assetto Corsa. Packing in all of the DLC for the game since its August 2016 console launch, the Ultimate Edition touches down April 20.
PlayStation 4 players of Assetto Corsa are now able to enjoy the latest version of the game. Yesterday, Kunos Simulazioni released version 1.17 for the PS4, and it brings a variety of content to the sim for free.