Kunos Simulazioni’s upcoming Assetto Corsa Competizione title had a major presence at last week’s Spa Total 24 Hours race, giving many sim racers the chance to get hands-on with the title ahead of its Steam Early Access release.
Fortunately, lots of testers brought their cameras, capturing plenty of footage of the Spa show floor build.
Assetto Corsa Competizione will bring the full Blancpain GT Series grid and tracks to the PC, powered by the Unreal 4 Engine. The title’s multiplayer functionality includes two much-requested features as the final version will include driver changes, a feature that will be very helpful for league usage, as well as an iRacing-style driver rating system.
The title will hit Steam Early access on September 14, the first build on Early Access will include one car and one track as players will be able to quick-race the Lamborghini Huracan at the Nürburgring Grand Prix Circuit. Five additional builds will follow each following month, each adding new content and features, accumulating in the full version release in Q1 2019.