Assetto Corsa Release Candidate now available - Team VVV

News Assetto Corsa Release Candidate now available


James Allen


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Game: Assetto Corsa

Platform: PC, PS4, XBox One

Publisher: 505 Games

Release Date: 19/12/2014

The Release Candidate incarnation of Assetto Corsa is now available for players to access.

First revealed last week, the Release Candidate marks the end of the title's core development: as of now, developer Kunos Simulazioni sees the PC racing sim as being "feature complete".

It's been suggested that owners of the Steam Early Access release of Assetto Corsa should backup their "Documents/Assetto Corsa" folder before updating to the Release Candidate build. Steam should also be restarted upon installing the almost-retail-ready Assetto Corsa.

The full changelog for Assetto Corsa RC V1.0 can be found below:

– General bugfixing and performance optimizations

– Aero damage implemented for all cars

– Suspension damage implemented for all cars

– Pit stop implemented for online races

– New audio engine implemented

– New car : Alfa Romeo Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde model 2013

– New car : Ferrari LaFerrari

– New car : Lotus Evora GTE Carbon

– New car : Lotus Exige V6 CUP

– New car : Shelby Cobra 427SC

– New track : Spa Francorchamps

– Audio sample improvements and volume balancing

– Fixed Traction Control always engaged in particular conditions

– Tuned distance filter and attenuation for exterior sounds

– Lotus 49, Lotus 98T, Ferrari 312T have lower default rev limiters. Can go over 100% but damage may occur on higher revs

– Added track sound reverb

– Improvements on automatic gearbox on various cars

– Overall interior samples volume correction and balance

– Tuned wind and tyre rolling volumes and curves

– Tuned ambience(crowd) volume

– Steer animations for Ferrari 458 S3

– LOD4 implemented to increase framerate performances

– Traction control sound now works for all cars

– Added tyre blankets under realism tab. The setting is global for all cars and pre heats tyres at 80 C

– New 3D driver models

– New TCP/UDP server

– All tyres have rim radius

– Fixed all F6 cameras for all vehicles

– Driver animations improvements

– Oculus DK2 support

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