Assetto Corsa Competizione is a fan-favourite here at the digital office of RacingGames.
The recent release of a new British GT DLC has coincided with a new update for the game.
So, let's take a look at this update now, and the changes that have been made in the game!
Version 1.7 - Gameplay
As aforementioned, the main reason for this update is to add support for the new British GT Pack.
This includes homologating the British GT 2020 liveries, which remain available to all players.
There has been some AI tuning, which interestingly includes a 'nerf' to the Ai when driving in the wet. This should make them slightly easier for players to handle!
Other general gameplay fixes include a game crash caused by sparks emitters and saving a game while standing in the pitbox.
Version 1.7 - Physics
There have also been some changes made concerning the physics of the game.
One major difference here is that when playing the British GT season in single player, the British GT seaons has its own BOP on shared tracks (Silverstone, Brands Hatch, and Spa).
There have also been some specific car changes. These include rev limiter behaviour fixes for the AMR V8 Vantage GT3, AMR V12 Vantage GT3 and Lexus RC F GT3.
For full patch notes, check out the Steam update listing here!
British GT Pack
The British GT Pack itself is available now for £11.99 through Steam on PC.
The pack adds three new tracks, Donington Park, Oulton Park and Snetterton, as well as 40 British GT 2019 liveries.
For those on PS4/Xbox One, don't panic! The DLC will be joining console as well later this Spring.
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