Assetto Corsa Competizione Early Access Release 7 is OUT NOW ON STEAM! Assetto Corsa Competizione - Luca Dear ACC racers – Yes, we have been a bit silent in the last few weeks, but it was for a specific reason that we can call: “0.7, the 0.6 we always wanted to release”. This new title’s Early Access programme has been once again a great journey to spend with our community. Although we had a defined and scheduled roadmap from the beginning, some features were not released quite as scheduled. This has prompted the team to work on an evolution of the 6th Early Access release, adding more game features, updates, fixes and optimizations together with a new game mode, called Custom Race Weekend. The entire team appreciates the continued feedback received on the official Assetto Corsa forum and social networks, and we are happy to mention just a few of the key entries from our upcoming changelog: Dynamic and Custom Weather: it is now possible to set a session with a pre-selected and even customized starting condition, enabling dynamic and unpredictable evolution. Introducing visual and mechanical damage affecting bodywork, suspensions, aero and a brand-new, sophisticated tyre damage model that brings tyre management and endurance racing to a whole new level. Introducing much-needed penalties, without which serious competition is unimaginable. A new Multifunctional Widget that will allow players to see real-time track positions, manage pit stop requests and race strategies. This HUD element also allows the player to manage all aspects of car electronics. Introducing rating-requirements in Multiplayer, with kick and ban commands. Custom Race Weekend mode will allow players to set up a customized race weekend experience. Brake air duct simulation: it is now possible to change the brake duct aperture that affects brake – and indirectly – tyre temperatures. Introducing the SRO E-Sport GT Series Round 1 Special Event. (Note that this special event is controlled remotely, and may appear shortly following the Steam release). And much more, including further Multiplayer and Ratings updates, optimizations, improved collisions and graphical, gameplay and user-interface updates. Please visit our official forum, Steam and website news section to see the complete changelog. The release date of the full version of Assetto Corsa Competizione will be announced soon, but the full release does not mean the end of development at all! In the meanwhile, let us invite all of our fans and players to Monza on the occasion of the first race of the 2019 Blancpain GT Championship, organized by SRO, where the development team and the game will be both available on-site at the first round of the SRO E-Sport GT Series on April 13th and 14th.