Assetto Corsa Competizione received some major changes under the bonnet last week, with update 1.9 modifying the tyre and suspension physics. It’s fair to say that cars behave radically differently since the update and for the better.
At the same time, we also had the launch of the 2023 GT World Challenger DLC Pack, which added four new GT3 cars from the 2023 GT World Challenge season and Circuit Ricardo Tormo.
Less than a week later, the first Assetto Corsa Competizione hotfix has arrived since update 1.9. Let’s find out what’s changed in Assetto Corsa Competizione hotfix 1.9.1.
Assetto Corsa Competizione hotfix 1.9.1 patch notes
The latest Assetto Corsa Competizione is a relatively minor update. There are fixes for the Ferrari 296 GT3 included in the 2023 GT World Challenger DLC Pack along with fixes for issues with Valencia and missing refuelling animations.
Check out the full patch notes below via Steam:
- Fixed an issue with the Ferrari 296 GT3 in driver swaps.
- Fixed an issue that was preventing the client to register on CP races.
- Fixed a helicam focus issue at Valencia.
- Fixed an issue with certain cars missing refuelling animations.
2023 GT World Challenger DLC Pack out now
Priced at £10.99 on Steam, Assetto Corsa Competizione’s first DLC pack of 2023 is out now. The 2023 GT World Challenger DLC Pack adds four GT3 race cars from the 2023 GT World Challenge season.
These include the Ferrari 296 GT3, Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2 and Porsche 911 (992) GT3 R plus new liveries from the 2023 GT World Challenge season. You can also race them around Circuit Valencia Ricardo Tormo, also included in the DLC pack.
As for console players, Kunos Simultaneous has confirmed the 2023 GT World Challenger DLC Pack is coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S later this year.
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