Assetto Corsa press event
Kunos Simulazioni held its official Assetto Corsa Press event at their headquarters on the Vallelunga Circuit in Italy. While entertaining the invited press people, there where also some interesting presentations and interviews scheduled. These revealed some interesting insight in what we can expect from Assetto Corsa in the near future.
First of all, The Kunos team mentioned the new career modes that will be implemented in the Assetto Corsa Simulator. The career mode will be released with the V1.0 Release Candidate. This mode will enable you to participate in a series of events, starting with the less powerful cars and gradually let you move your way up to the high powered GT’s.
Appart from the already announced DLC’s Kunos Simulazioni stated that there will still be future free content coming. There will be customisable events available to make sure that both the casual gamer and the more demanding Sim racers can enjoy Assetto Corsa to the fullest. After the V1.0 release Kunos Simulazioni plans to extend the pitstop feature from a Multiplayer only feature, to the Single player mode.
It was hinted that one of the coming AC releases will include a full damage model simulation incorporating both physics and visual effects. You will be able to toggle certain parts of the damage model on or off.
Visitors of the event also reported that Kunos Simulazioni hinted or confirmed a list of interesting features such as the future implementation of flat spotting, KERS simulation used by the upcoming La Ferrari model and as we already knew, a completely new sound engine that will mainly upgrade the quality of the exterior sounds in Assetto Corsa.
Kunos Simulazioni confirmed that the Early Acces version of the game has exceeded their expectations, and that a big part of the generated revenue will be re-invested by means of expanding the developers team and acquire more licenses.
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