- Summary: Assetto Corsa Competizione is the new official Blancpain GT Series videogame. Thanks to the extraordinary quality of simulation, the game will allow you to experience the real atmosphere of the FIA GT3 homologated championship, competing against official drivers, teams, cars and circuits.
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Assetto Corsa Competizione - Official Launch Trailer
Jun 7, 2019Assetto Corsa Competizione offers the best sim racing experience on the market in terms of feeling, immersion and handling. There's still room to polish and improve some features and add more content, but Kunos Simulazioni just had a burning start and goes straight to the first corner leading the group.
Jun 6, 2019Without having to pay for iRacing or rFactor, Assetto Corsa Competizione is as real as it gets when getting behind the wheel. Players just need to have the proper setup to make the most of it. The Blancpain GT Series sponsorship is both a blessing and a curse. The cars and tracks from the series are all here and offer a solid variety, but that’s all you get. The content in the game is bare bones even though being able to do a 24-hour race or a Sprint Race is nice. Competizione is all about the racing and that is what it does best. The car visuals, and more importantly the audio, provides the closest thing to being on a track.
Sep 5, 2020Assetto Corsa Competizione is a real racing simulation, which is not something that can be said for most games. But as it is an advantage for serious driving fans, it is also a major flaw, as it will hardly attract new players. The biggest flaw of the game is it’s low and inconsistent frame rate, which might push off even the biggest fans if not dealt with in the near future.
Jul 16, 2020I've tried a lot of car simulators, but only in ACC did I get a real feel for the car. In my opinion, this is a perfect car simulator, it'sI've tried a lot of car simulators, but only in ACC did I get a real feel for the car. In my opinion, this is a perfect car simulator, it's not the end The game continues to develop and grow with content. separately thanks for the pricing policy. When the games of the sponsors cost 60 dollars each and the DLC is the same, the ACC destroys them with its quality.… Expand
Jun 4, 2019Kunos have created a truly special and ambitious simulator in ACC.
Thank you guys and gals at Kunos for having created such a distinct racingKunos have created a truly special and ambitious simulator in ACC.
Thank you guys and gals at Kunos for having created such a distinct racing sim!
... unfortunately it has its flaws especially if you are a VR aficionado!
The driving experience with my T300RS wheel was simply the best to date, great weight to the car, good feedback from all elements on track although I must agree with #MarkRace about the issue where clipping the curb feels VERY punishing!
The graphics are amazing but require a serious PC even to get medium spec graphics. Daylight and solo time trials are fine (@ 60fps 1440p on a i7 7700 cpu / gtx 1070) but add in 16 plus AI cars, night conditions and rain, it all comes to a stand still.
I primarily drive with a Rift and the same performance issues arise, great solo driving experience, add AI and I get a few corners that slow down, add any rain/night effects and it is simply unplayable.
The career is very narrow (compared to Project Cars 2) but functions fine in this category specific title. Car numbers should never be a factor since you know what you get in racing titles: either 600 cars that all feel the same or 10 cars that are full of character. This title is clearly the later and portrays them all very well, great job Kunos!
VR is the real sticky point (drops my review from an 8 to a 6)... VR UI is absolutely useless, clipping through the body work of my car, can't read anything. No real integration for typing (enter your driver name is the most dreaded activity: take off Rift, no UI on my PC monitor so type on keyboard, put on Rift, check name correct, take off, press TAB on keyboard to go to next text field, type, put on Rift, check OK, take off rift... etc) absolute nightmare! You might as well start career without VR and then restart game after first races in VR.
VR performance is really an issue, reducing the settings changes NOTHING to how bad the VR performance is.
Yet I love the feel and will go around and round the solo tracks in daylight for hours until they fix the performance in race / night / rain... or I get a Titan RTX with I9 CPU for a mere 3000$ just to play the full game.
Hope this helps, especially anyone willing to play this with low / mid end PC with VR... forget it!… Expand
Jun 12, 2022Not bad but could have been so much better.
To start off your career you have to do three 10 minute practice sessions which cannot beNot bad but could have been so much better.
To start off your career you have to do three 10 minute practice sessions which cannot be skipped? I had already spent some time doing other stuff so I had already gotten familiar with the game, why do i need to spend half hour driving round the same track for no reason...
Then you got 1 practice session and 2 qualifying events but these can be skipped. You then get into a race and the AI isn't the worst I have seen but they act as if they are in a street racing game instead of a sim racer. They would always try and do dangerous overtakes on narrow corners and stuff.
The chase camera in this game is the worst I've seen in any game. It just made the game feel overall quite slow and boring. Plus its stuck to the back of the car which was annoying. If the car move the slightest bit the camera would move with it. There is a slider to lock to horizon but that didn't change much for me.
The controller binding options were really confusing and I couldn't work out how to change half the options. Like how the camera can't be controller right the right stick but instead the 2 bumpers.
The cock pit view with the steering wheel looks horrible on controller. When your steering the wheel looks like its glitching all over the place. You can turn the wheel off thou but then it doesn't feel right for me.
I haven't taken marks for the fact there is only around 30 cars or so in tis game as these devs haven't got as much funding as Turn10 or Polophony digital. But now ACC has sold over 1.4m copies I hope to see closer to 100 cars in the next game.
The graphics in this game are good and overall the driving is quite realistic and its great to see how well Unreal Engines driving can be. I hope AC2 is built on UE5 as it will be awesome to see how much better the driving will be on the new UE.
Overall I think ACC needs a better single player as I found the current career mode boring. I would much rather have a list of races that get harder as you progress along side the current career mode.
I really want AC to become a true competitor to Gran Turismo and Forza as they don't have any real competizione on their respective platforms. (See what I did their … Expand
Oct 23, 2019So much hope and so little delivery. This sim promised a lot and delivered well short of expectations. Forget the multiplayer expectations, weSo much hope and so little delivery. This sim promised a lot and delivered well short of expectations. Forget the multiplayer expectations, we all got over that. The AI is just woeful, the UI is clunky as anything, the variety is non-existant (but we know it was GT3 only, so that's fine), the multiplayer is a ghost town, but the VR.... the VR is just astoundingly, mindblowingly awful in every way.
Kunos have been very defensive about it when asked because they know that UE4 is not capable as a racing VR engine. They admitted that on their forums.
This sim is awful, Kunos have admitted that it can't be fixed in future due to the limitations of the engine and I have to say that despite the better FFB and laser scanned tracks, this is a step (or 10) backwards from the original AC.
We're now many patches in and all they've done is add more and more bugs.
Avoid it.… Expand
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