DRM Revival Mod For Assetto Corsa – New Trailer
The popular Assetto Corsa racing sim by Kunos Simulazioni has reached the end of its development. Nevertheless, some exciting times are ahead of us as the DRM Modding Team is getting ready to release their highly anticipated DRM Group 5 mod for AC.
The Assetto Corsa DRM Revival mod by the DRM Modding Team is arguably one of the most wanted mods for the Kunos Simulazioni platform. The release version of the mod will feature no less than 17 iconic Gruppe 5 cars which raced in the famous Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft during the late 70’s and early 80’s. Prepare to take the wheel of some amazing turbo powered beasts such as the Porsche 935 K3, Porsche 935 k1, BMW 2002 Turbo, BMW 320S, BMW M1 Turbo, Zakspeed Escort, Zakspeed Capri Turbo, Lancia Beta Turbo, Toyota Celica LB Turbo and the Ferrari Facetti/Finotto 308 Carma.
Today, the DRM Modding Team has released a new teaser Trailer showcasing the various DRM Revival mod cars in-game at the virtual Nürburgring. The team has started converting the brands and labels on the real-world liveries in order to avoid copyright and legality issues. This might indicate that they are preparing to go public.
The DRM Revival mod for Assetto Corsa will be released as a payware package including the 17 different cars for a modest €15.
For those who are not familiar with this awesome modding project, check out some more DRM Revival Mod posts on Bsimracing
Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft – Gruppe 5
The DRM Revival Mod will recreate the fast and spectacular DRM Cars that were raced from 1972 to 1985. The DRM Group 5 series was divided into 2 groups. Division 1 was made up by iconic cars as the Porsche 935 Turbo, Lancia Beta Monte Carlo Turbo and the Zakspeed Turbo Ford Capri’s with engines ranging from 2000 cm ³ up to 4000 cm ³ and Division 2 cars with less than 2000 cm ³ like the Zakspeed Ford Escort, BMW 320i.
Many of the drivers have become household names in the international racing scene. Hans Heyer, Rolf Stommelen, Klaus Ludwig, Manfred Winkelhock, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Harald Ertl and Toine Hezemans, to name a few.
Official Webpage – www.assettocorsa.net