Four previews below show off the iconic British venue in ACC, powered by the the title’s Unreal 4 Engine. While these preview show the track in dry conditions, players will also be able to experience some typical Brands Hatch weather thanks to ACC’s fully-dynamic weather changes.
Given the nature of the series it simulates, the title will also feature driver changes, an often-requested feature from online leagues. Speaking of online, Assetto Corsa Competizione will also come out with a fully fleshed-out multiplayer part, including an iRacing-like player ranking system.
Assetto Corsa Competizione will be coming to Steam Early Access this summer.
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