Kunos Simulazioni has released the fourth update for the Assetto Corsa Early Access Beta.
The new version introduces the title’s AI that can be tested in selected quick race events.
Furthermore, the new version adds two brand new cars as the BMW 1M Coupe and the Lotus Evora GTE are now available.
The new version also comes with an improved tire model and plenty of other changes & improvements as listed below:
Early Access 0.5
– End Race simulation
– New Race special events
– Session Ranking app fixes
– Driver Names displayer
– Proximity Indicator & damage displayer follow GUI
– Small GUI fixes
– Special events have pre-determinate parameters such as Temperature
– Warning for high CPU occupancy
– Real time position
– Steam Achievement fixes
– fixed suspension animator in replay
– chase camera shake parameters exposed in launcher
– Modifications on tyre model combined forces grip. Tyres more sensitive in combined forces, cars more sensitive under braking and acceleration. Resulting in use of traction control more interesting even on racing cars
– Modifications on tyres heating modelling.
– BMW Z4 35is drift upgrade
– BMW M3 E30 group.A is now the early model with less power and no ABS plus chassis modifications and 5 speed gearbox
– BMW M3 E30 DTM version is now an upgrade to the early model and retains only the 6 speed gearboxes.
– BMW 1M series
– Lotus Evora GTE
– Modifications on Ferrari F40 suspension toe links
– Modifications on Tatuus FA01 aerodynamic drag.
– BMW Z4 35is toe fixes and tyre compound fixes
– Pagani Zonda R ABS levels
– Laptimes have now 1ms resolutions
– Ferrari 599XX Evo default alignment setup modified to cure over-sensitive steering.
Assetto Corsa users can now update their installation to the newest version via Steam. The Assetto Corsa Early Access Beta is available for purchase, selling for 34,95€.