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Assetto Corsa Competizione Review: Laser-Focused Yet Fun Sim Racing

Here at the beginning of summer, Assetto Corsa Competizione sits in a rather unique position. It has the spotlight all to itself, at least until F1 2019 touches down later this month. While we first got to know it with our hands-on preview last year, we’re now back to put our spin on the retail release.

Is Kunos Hinting at Assetto Corsa 2?

As we draw closer to year’s end, Kunos is wrapping up 2017 with an end of the year blog. The entry is once again put together by Marco Massarutto, and while it offers an overview of the game’s history, it’s what it hints at for the future that has our attention.

Is Porsche Pushing RUF Out of Racing Games?

2017 is shaping up to be a massive year for racing games, in part due to the sudden (and very welcome) availability of Porsche across the genre. On the face of it this is great news, but one manufacturer seems increasingly rare on the car lists of upcoming games: Ruf Automobile.

Custom Lobbies are Coming to Assetto Corsa Console Versions This April

Console players used to the current online portion of Assetto Corsa will be delighted to hear that private lobbies are finally on their way to improve the gaming experience. The news comes on the back of the recent update to the PC version, which brought three new cars and other updates yesterday.

Assetto Corsa’s Porsche 911 RSR Teased In Latest Videos

When Assetto Corsa landed on consoles last summer, it received a mixed reception. In our own review of the game, we found the much-lauded physics and force feedback were tempered by a general lack of polish. To its credit, Kunos Simulazioni has been constantly working on the game since, both by bringing new content, and refining the game’s existing features and performance.

Assetto Corsa Console Updates Heading Into Submission This Week

If you play Assetto Corsa on consoles, chances are you’ve had a bit of a grass-is-greener feeling of late. The PC platform—the original home of the game—welcomed the third Porsche Pack DLC a few days before Christmas 2016, and over a month later, there’s still no firm date for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It sounds like that will be changing soon, however.