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Posted: Feb 4, 2021 @ 09:28 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 12:39 pm GMT-0600
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505 Games and British GT today announced that the British GT paid DLC will release in just under a week! This means 40 new liveries, 70 drivers and three brand-new tracks (Donington Park, Snetterton and Oulton Park) will be added, and you can race multi-class GT3 vs GT4 races and seasons for the first time.

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Assetto Corsa Competizione’s long-awaited Intelligent Money British GT Championship pack arrives on PC next week (February 10).

The update – featuring 40 new liveries and 70 drivers from the 2019 campaign – follows separate Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS, Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli and GT4 European Series DLCs released by ACC’s developer, Kunos Simulazioni, over the last 12 months.

What’s more, the British GT pack also includes Oulton Park, Donington Park and Snetterton, which join ACC for the first time. The championship’s other regular circuits – Silverstone, Brands Hatch GP and Spa-Francorchamps – are already available as part of the critically acclaimed game’s standard GT World Challenge offering.

But there’s more: British GT’s DLC is the first within ACC to unite GT3 and GT4 cars as part of a single multi-class race or championship season.

The major DLC also provides greater scope to align the real-world series with its official British GT Esports Championship, which began in 2015.

PC users can purchase the DLC via Steam from February 10, while the console version is expected this spring.

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