Next-Gen Racing “Assetto Corsa” Available Now On Steam Via Its Early Access Program

Assetto Corsa

Awesome news for all PC racing fans as KUNOS Simulazioni has released its highly anticipated racer, Assetto Corsa, on Steam via its early access program. Assetto Corsa is described as a next-generation driving simulator for PC which reproduces real-world circuits, as well as road and racing cars. The game includes a single player career,special events and allows the player to create and customize offline competitions and multiplayer races to challenge other players.

As KUNOS Simulazioni noted:

“As part of the early access program, starting by the first release, an update with new cars, tracks and features will be available every two weeks, adding new contents and improving the existing ones. All the vehicles and tracks will be released in a level of completion close to the final one, with the aim to deliver, starting by the first version, an enjoyable and satisfying simulation, featuring cars and tracks reproduced at their best, with the exception of unknown minor bugs that will be fixed and polished in time for the final version of Assetto Corsa. “

During the whole process, the AI, Multiplayer and damage model features will be progressively added in the scheduled time, in order to close in short time the final release, that will include the career mode and other exclusive contents.

Assetto Corsa currently features ABARTH 500 ESSEESSE, LOTUS ELISE SC, LOTUS EXIGE SCURA, BMW M3 E30 EVOLUZIONE, BMW M3 E92, BMW Z4 E89, BMW M3 GT2, CLASSIC TEAM LOTUS TYPE 49, FERRARI 458 ITALIA, KTM X-BOW R and TATUUS FA01.

Those interested can purchase it from here.

Enjoy!

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