505 Games has announced that Assetto Corsa Ultimate Edition will hit Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on April 20. The package will include the base game, along with a ton of extra content.
According to 505 Games, Assetto Corsa Ultimate Edition will back every car and track to be released for the game. That means players will be able to get started with a stable of 178 cars, which includes those from the Prestige pack, three Porsche packs, the ReadyToRace and Japanese packs, and the Ferrari 70th Anniversary DLCs. Individual cars from Audi, Lamborghini, McLaren, Corvette, Lotus, and more are included as well, each of which has been "designed upon manufacturer's real-life track data and telemetry," 505 Games says.
In terms of tracks, 505 says 33 track configurations from 16 circuits – including Spa Francorchamps, Nürburgring-Nordschleife, Laguna Seca – are included as well. And if you're a racing fan looking for a solid sim outside of Microsoft's own Forza Motorsport 7, Assetto Corsa features some of the best physics available in a racer.
Assetto Corsa's standard edition is currently available on Amazon for $17.97. The Ultimate Edition will be available for Xbox one starting April 20.
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Don't buy this game : you can't play with a classic pad. Plus, Project cars and Forza 7 are just far away better.
Tried forza 7 demo. Steering wheel behaviour is weird/unnatural compared to other sim games such as dirt rally.
I spent quite a bit of time fine tuning my wheel for Forza and finally have it feeling good for me. Though I am finding myself spending way more time in Project Cars 2 than Forza lately. I had a lot of time in Forza before I got my wheel, and once I did my focus shifted to Cars for some reason.
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