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Assetto Corsa Bonus Pack 3 Now Available

Kunos Simulazioni have released the Bonus Pack 3 DLC for Assetto Corsa, adding seven new cars and a new track to the simulation.

The free Bonus Pack 3 adds the laser-scanned Laguna Seca track to the game alongside seven all new cars:

Included Cars

  • Maserati Alfieri Concept Car
  • Lamborghini Huracan Performante
  • Pagani Huayra BC
  • Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
  • Lamborghini Sesto Elemento
  • Maserati Quattroporte
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio

Aside from the new content, the newest update also brings a few changes as listed below:

Assetto Corsa v1.16 Changelog

– New Alfa Romeo tipo 33 Stradale
– New Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio
– New Lamborghini Huracán Performante
– New Lamborghini Sesto Elemento
– New Maserati Alfieri
– New Maserati Quattroporte GTS
– New Pagani Huayra BC
– New Laguna Seca Circuit
– Corrected Porsche 908LH Fuel consumption
– Corrected Pagani Huayra front splitter aero position
– Added steering wheel alert on race start.
– Potential workaround for launcher losing input focus after session ends; reported after Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
– Templates added for Bonus Pack cars
– Various minor updates to digitial instruments in older content
– Various minor graphical fixes in older content

The newest Assetto Corsa update & Bonus Pack 3 is now available for free download by updating your Steam installation. The console version of the new content is due to follow soon.

Assetto Corsa is available on Steam here.

  • joe pineapples

    Does this just automatically update the main game?. Not seeing it listed under Steam content.

    • MC

      Got a bit caught out by this myself, I was expecting a DLC pack to be released then realised the update was already out =)

  • Duke of Hazard

    After not doing anything with AC for a couple of years, I updated my installation and have been trying it out. Very pleased with what they’ve accomplished, especially the driving physics, they seem the best of any sim I run at the moment. In particular, their tire model feels far more realistic than others, especially iRacing’s “liquid rubber” tire model that feels complete unrealistic. The price of their DLC content is very reasonable as well, far cheaper than buying iRacing stuff. Nice job so far, and makes me re-think dumping more money into iRacing.

    • Noah Themins

      This game has gone to the top of the list of anything I play. It has come a long way from the half price, 32 bit game with almost no content and stutters everywhere that I purchased from a special sale on steam years ago. 🙂 I have been quite pleased. I owned Project Cars at the time and never would have guessed at the time that, years later, Project Cars has been removed and Assetto Corsa has stayed and become much better.

    • MC

      What annoys me about iRacing, and this is coming from someone who’s subbed over many years, is the way they constantly fix and break certain cars. Some cars at certain points have been exquisite, but then complete rubbish in the next update. It’s frustrating to say the least.

      AC do the same thing but to a much lesser extent, I can see continual progress even if there’s the odd step backwards. The only thing I don’t like is how some cars are left on old tyre models, and mods that felt amazing before now feel meh.

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