Right in time for the series’ Monza round, Kunos gives us a close look at a full field of cars racing around the iconic Italian Grand Prix circuit, including a healthy selection of cars from manufacturers such as Porsche, Ferrari, McLaren & Audi.
The cars can be seen racing in wet conditions as changeable weather is one of the title’s main features, powered by the Unreal 4 Engine. 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.