Assetto Corsa Technology Preview Demo 0.9.9 Now Available

Assetto Corsa
KUNOS Simulazioni and Fanatec are proud to present the Assetto Corsa Technology Preview, available for download at the game’s official website. AC Technology Preview is available as free download for all registered netKar PRO users: in order to allow more people to try the latest version, the current netKar PRO version is offered at a new low price of 6.99 Eur.
A free demo of AC with more contents and features, will be available later.
This software is a playable benchmark that allows gamers to test on their PCs the new DirectX11 graphics engine, the advanced user interface and in-game “App System”, as well as the dynamic engine, driving a Lotus Elise SuperCharged on the italian racing track of Magione, reproduced using the Laserscan Technology in order to reproduce it at the maximum fidelity.
AC Technology Preview features four levels of driving assists, in order to meet the expectations of different kinds of users: gamer, racer, pro, custom.
This version includes two different game modes: free practice and hotlap.
AC Technology Preview supports all main types of control devices: keyboard, Xpad 360, customizable joypad, joysticks as well as steering wheels such as the Fanatec ClubSport Series. It is also compatible with NaturalPoint’s Track IR.
The latest build improves some graphics features, guarantees a better compatibility with old control devices and adds 18 official Lotus liveries.

 

Assetto Corsa Technology Preview

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