Assetto Corsa 2 announced: Release date, Unreal Engine 5, mobile game, & more!

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The 2021 corporate report from Digital Bros, the company behind 505 Games and Kunos Simulazioni, has revealed some exciting information.

Whilst we knew Assetto Corsa would be on its way sooner or later, we now have a confirmation.


We also have word on a mobile game, let's take a look now!

Assetto Corsa 2

The monthly report pointed towards the second version of Assetto Corsa being 'in development', with a penned release date of 2024. Exciting times for fans of the sim-racing genre who are eagerly awaiting news about the next game.

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Whilst that may seem a fair way out, the frequent content additions to AC and ACC help keep the games fresh, as well as the modding community. This has helped the longevity of the original titles in the first place.

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We don't know anything more about the game currently, just the fact this it is in development and scheduled for release 3 years from now. In fact, we don't even know what the title will be called!

With the launch of Unreal Engine 5 , we can assume (or at least hope) that the game will be built on it. This will lead to incredible graphics, and the ability for even more lifelike physics within the title.

Assetto Corsa mobile

Another piece of information within the report was the release date of the mobile version of the game itself.

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This was originally announced way back in 2019, with a 2020 report subsequently announcing that the handhel game was in development.

Now, however, we have a release date. Well, we have a season at least! The game is penned in for a Summer 2021 release, meaning the game could launch any week now.

We don't know an awful lot about Assetto Corsa mobile either, as there has been very little marketing or advertising for the game. We do expect it to try and keep to its sim-racing roots however, so expect an in-depth, pocket-sized racer!