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Posted: Aug 27, 2021 @ 08:28 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:21 pm GMT-0600
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505 Games held their Assetto Corsa 2021 showcase media event this morning. Not much to take away from it for PC users that we didn’t expect, somewhat, but it’s still a good watch (see embed below).

Here are the bits of information given:
– BMW M4 GT3 coming most likely Q1 2022.
– New cars and tracks coming as DLC possibly Q1 2022.
– RTX support unlikely.
– DLSS likely “soon”.
– Private lobbies coming to ACC with consoles, NOT to PC.

What’s a little confusing is how often there appears to be crossover in comment and responses about Assetto Corsa and Assetto Corsa Competizione. For example they call ACC just “Assetto Corsa” a number of times and when talking about modding show footage of ACC which doesn’t support any. On consoles the next gen consoles (surely this is current gen now?) will get 60fps and be ‘enhanced’ for free if already owned. The mobile version of AC was also previewed.

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