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Assetto Corsa Assetto Corsa - Looking Ahead to 2016

Discussion in 'Driving & Racing Games' started by sti228, Dec 31, 2015.

  1. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Kunos Simulazioni has released an interesting look-ahead into 2016, giving Assetto Corsa fans an idea of what to expect of the title in the coming year.

    2016 will be a major year for Assetto Corsa as the title will be making its console debut next year. Once again, Kunos Simulazioni stressed that the console version will not run a simplified physics model.

    Assetto Corsa users can look forward to plenty of new content next year as Kunos Simulazioni plans to add no less than 42 new cars to Assetto Corsa. That includes the addition of Maserati as well as several new Audis, including the Audi R18 E-Tron, TT VLN 2014, TT CUP 2015, A1 S1, Sport quattro S1 E2 and TT 2015 models.

    Furthermore, fans of Japanese machinery will be pleased as well as Kunos is looking to add the Toyota Celica, Supra, AE86 and TS040 Hybrid, as well as the Nissan GT-R 34 Skyline and 350Z Nismo 2015. Also on the list are Mclaren’s 570LS and P1 GTR as well as the Praga R1R.

    In terms of tracks, Assetto Corsa users can look forward to a laser-scanned version of the Red Bull Ring as well as historic layouts of Silverstone and Monza.

    While most of this content will likely be released as paid DLC content, Kunos is also planning to kick off the year with some free bonus cars as players can look forward to getting their hands on the Corvette C7 Stingray 2015 and Ford Mustang 2015 early into 2016.

    For more information, check out the full article here.
     
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  2. Kelvjy

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    Gimme that Vette! I got some walls to crash into :para:

    *goes back to driving/crashing One:1*
     
  3. rebelinho

    rebelinho Supercharged? Why not?

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    Good stuff, looking forward for the Maseratis and the S1.
     
  4. Diablo

    Diablo Administrator
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    That's quite an amazing breakdown of what's to come for 2016. With the console releases too, next year should be a great one for all AC fans.
     
  5. Ryzza5

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    Confusing reading "next year" over here.
     
  6. Diablo

    Diablo Administrator
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    Well I did post at 17:29... oh wait you guys were in 2016 then.
     
  7. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Start your engines and take your grid positions… Assetto Corsa is coming to PS4 and Xbox One! Featuring the breathtaking Ferrari FXX K, get ready to take Maranello’s hybrid to the track as well as over 90 other cars at iconic locations such as Silverstone, Monza and Spa.
    Check out the trailer below, pre-order your copy now & let us know what you think…


     
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  8. 2CV SUPER GT

    2CV SUPER GT Modders FACA

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    I hope that there will be also benefit for PC. I wish to Kunos a nice success for console versions.
     
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  10. Ozzmcom

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    5:30 this is a fantastic point and everything that is wrong with all of the racing games that claims to be a 'sim racer'. They have so much to learn from AC.
     
  11. 2CV SUPER GT

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    I found myself some "games" like Project Cars wich is going less further in the simulation feeling (looks like a Forza or GT to me) but hard to masterize like an ISI enginered simulation (rFactor's physics).

    And some arcade games are sometimes worth as physics lots most of the logic and are hard to understand how it goes. Sometimes, make things easier with hyper brake, hyper grip make us like lost child in a strange universe without any logic. And before to start a game from racing, game should better to give us some basic driving school with a simple city car, it's also quite enough to verify if physics are good or not cause even most of the best simulators fail when we are trying to drive quietly.
     
  12. sti228

    sti228 Sim Racer

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    Assetto Corsa Fan Trailer - So Slow



    It has been a while since we have posted a new fan-made Sim Racing trailer. So here we go.

    SimRaceRF created a beautiful video trailer featuring cinematic slo-mo footage of the car models that are officially available in the Assetto Corsa Simulator. Besides the Assetto Corsa base content, the trailer also lets us admire the cars that made up the three available AC dream pack DLC’s.

    PS: On a daily basis we do receive a massive amount of “hey… look at me drive” video’s, but hardly any interesting cinematic video productions. So if you created a visual masterpiece that showcases your favourite sim, let us know. We love them.
     
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