Assetto Corsa 2 Track List: Which circuits can we expect?

Assetto Corsa 2 track list

Assetto Corsa 2 track list

Assetto Corsa 2 is officially in development. Details about AC2 other than its release date are currently unknown, but we can try and predict the Assetto Corsa 2 track list.

Assetto Corsa Competizione and the original Assetto Corsa both had a good selection on offer. So, will AC2 build on this? We've got everything you need to know about the Assetto Corsa 2 track list here!

Latest news - Assetto Corsa 2 delayed to Summer 2024

Originally set for a Spring 2024 release, Assetto Corsa 2 has been pushed back until Summer 2024. This was confirmed in a press release by Digital Bros, the parent company of Kunos Simulazioni and 505 Games. Kunos Simulazioni was aiming to release Assetto Corsa 2 within the next fiscal year ending July 2024, so it should arrive in June or July 2024. 

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This suggests console players may have to wait longer to play Assetto Corsa 2. This isn't unusual as console ports of past games have arrived at least one year after the initial PC release.

Assetto Corsa 2 tracks - the likely candidates

Both ACC and the original AC had a similar number of circuits to choose from (between 15-25). Some circuits appeared in both games, albeit some after DLC expansions to Assetto Corsa.

Assetto Corsa Comptizione
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THE TEMPLE OF SPEED: Monza has appeared in both AC games, but will it be back for AC2?

Monza,Imola, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Zandvoort, Spa, Brands Hatch, Silverstone, Laguna Seca and the Nurburgring have all been featured in both Assetto Corsa games. That's no guarantee that they'll return for AC2, but it's certainly a probability given their popularity.

Ones we'd love to see return

Out of the circuits that have only appeared in one AC game, there's quite a few we'd love to see back. The fearsome Nordschleife were all in AC, but didn't return for ACC. ACC brought in Zolder, Hungaroring, Kyalami, Suzuka and Misano and we'd love to see them back for AC2.

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THE GREEN HELL: The Nordschleife returning to AC would be a huge boost to the game's appeal

ACC also saw the absence of fictional circuits from the series, so don't expect to see them return for AC2.

New tracks to the series

Like mentioned before, there is no official confirmation from the developers when it comes to which circuits will be in AC2, nor how many. So, we can be adventurous with our AC wish list. Here are a few of the tracks we'd love to see in AC2:

  • Circuit de la Sarthe (Le Mans)
  • Mugello
  • Circuit de Monte Carlo
  • Road America
  • Watkins Glen
  • Fuji
  • Autódromo José Carlos Pace (Interlagos)
  • Algarve International Circuit (Portimao)
  • Bahrain International Circuit

Which circuits would you like to see featured in AC2? Hit us up on Discord or on Twitter to let us know!

Will we see an expansion?

With each passing addition to the AC series, you want to see more. More cars, more tracks and better graphics and simulation models are what we as racing gamers expect from series. That isn't always the case though, especially when games jump up a console generation.

Take Gran Turismo, for example. Gran Turismo 6 on the PS3 had 100 circuits, but GT Sport on PS4 only has 84. Even after all the expansions, GT Sport still doesn't have as many tracks to offer as its predecessor.

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THE NUMBERS GAME: GT Sport still hasn't caught up to GT6 in terms of overall number of circuits

Assetto Corsa is different though, because the number of circuits it has in its locker isn't as high as GT. Although, it isn't cheap to use fully licenced circuits, so we'll have to see what 505 can afford.

With a Summer 2024 release window, is definitely on Kunos Simulazioni's side.

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