DRM Revival Mod for Assetto Corsa progress report
The DRM Modding Team lets us know that they are making good progress on their DRM Revival Mod for the Assetto Corsa simulator.
When a year ago, DRM Modding announced that they would bring their very popular rFactor DRM Revival Mod to the Assetto Corsa simulator, the team had to get accustomed with the Assetto Corsa modding workflow. Being new to the platform, it came as no surprise that they had slightly underestimated the amount of work and the learning curve needed to bring the DRM Revival Mod to AC.
Therefore, we are happy to announce that the DRM Modding team has now reached a level of skill and confidence that will speed up the work in progress. Furthermore, the team hopes that by the time the DRM Revival Mod will be released, Kunos Simulazioni will have implemented the necessary tools to run a regulated league on the Assetto Corsa platform that will make it possible to once more bring the fierce competition battles of the Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft to your PC.
For all the fans out there, the DRM Modding Team shared a progress list of the cars that are currently in development:
- Porsche 935 K1/K2 95% finished
- BMW 2002 Turbo 90% finished
- Lancia Beta Turbo 80% finished
- Ford Capri Turbo 60% finished
- BMW M1 Turbo 60% finished
- Toyota Celica 55% finished
- Ferrari Carma 308 50% finished
- Ford Escort Turbo 85% finished
- BMW 320 Turbo 55% finished
- Porsche 935 K3 3D-Model finished, not in-game
- Lotus Europa Turbo WIP
- Ford Mustang Turbo GTX wip
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.
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