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Posted: Oct 18, 2023 @ 07:08 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Oct 18, 2023 @ 07:11 pm GMT-0600
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ASR Formula have released the v1.0 version of their 1988 McLaren MP4/4 mod for Assetto Corsa. You can pick it up for €4.99 in their store.

Their text:

Instalation notes:
Please delete all files of any previous versions of this mod.
Copy the content folder inside “AC Files” to your AC directory.
Please, be sure to install our custom driver inside “assettocorsa\content\driver”.

Changelog V1.0:

– Add 3D Exhaust
– Update Tyres Texture
– Improve Shaders and Materials
– added EXT_config.ini parameters
– Generated Lods
– Update Physics

– in-game process: Alessandro Micali (alesanchez)
– 3D Models by Tiago Oliveira and Alessandro Micali (alesanchez)
– Texture and Liveries: Alessandro Micali (alesanchez)
– 3D Rims: Ulf Sandberg (AlesiFan)
– Sounds: Simone Rizzo (Simontek27)
– Physics: Alessandro Micali (alesanchez)

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