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Posted: Apr 1, 2024 @ 01:37 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Apr 1, 2024 @ 02:16 pm GMT-0600
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Kunos Simulazioni have released the 1.10 patch (again, because numbers are fun) for Assetto Corsa Competizione and along with it the gorgeous looking Nürburgring 24h Pack DLC for $12.99. The patch itself adds the Alpine esports liveries for 2024, adds features to support the Nürburgring 24h, tweaks and fixes AI, GT2 and more.

Update and DLC trailer:

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Update 1.10


– Added Nürburgring Nordschleife as DLC content.
– Added Alpine Esports liveries for 2024.


– Implemented joker lap logic for the Nordschleife for the AI.
– Tweaked the scheduling of how AI cars leave the pitlane in Multiclass race weekend sessions.
– AI race strategy now takes into account individual AI skill, potentially fixing issues with the AI missing – mandatory stops.
– Improved AI blue flag rules in multiclass racing, especially with faster cars unlapping themselves.
– Fixed an error with DLC dependencies in various Championship seasons.
– Removed overpowered presentation entries from AI opponents in GT2 season.


– Improved damper simulation.
– Global tweaks to GT2 BOP.
– Tweaks to the Ferrari 488 Challenge Evo and Lamborghini Huracán Supertrofeo EVO2 to match their pace with GT2 class.

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