Assetto Corsa Competizione is coming to Xbox One and Playstation 4 on June 23, 2020
An evolution of the racing sim.
What you need to know
- Assetto Corsa surprised the world with its level of detail and driving mechanics.
- The sequel from 505 Games is even better, and now it's coming to Xbox One and PS4
- Assetto Corsa Competizione promises new graphics, new customizations, and a career mode.
- The release date has been announced for June 23, 2020.
Players on PC have been enjoying Assetto Corsa Competizione for just about a year now, but players on consoles have been feeling a little left out. That all changes now, since the game is coming to Xbox One and Playstation 4 on June 23, 2020. The game will feature improved physics, graphics, customizations and more over the original, and should be a great new option for any racing sim fans on consoles.
Competizione is getting physical and digital releases, so you should be able to find it wherever you normally buy your video games. 505 Games is also throwing in the Intercontinental GT Pack DLC slated for release later this summer for anyone who pre-orders the console edition of the game, so you can jump in and immediately have access to new content. New future DLC packs have been announced that add new features and cars, which will all eventually come to the console edition (even if at first the PC edition gets them a little early.)
You can either watch the exciting launch trailer above, or head over to 505 Games' blog post detailing the new announcements. Are you excited for the game? Planning to get it consoles when it comes out? Let us know in the comments below!
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