Currently available on Steam, 505 Games announced today that they’ve partnered with Italian developer Kunos Simulazioni to publish Assetto Corsa on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2016.
“Regarded as one of the most authentic racing simulators on the market,” Assetto Corsa focuses on pure physics realism and precision accuracy in every aspect of the game, including the car handling and laser-measured tracks.
The description adds:
The standout stars of the game are of course the cars themselves; Assetto Corsa has partnered with the most prestigious automotive manufacturers to license life-like models of the genre’s biggest stars, from Ferrari to Fiat, from McLaren to Mercedes, and Lamborghini to Lotus.
Players are able to further deepen their playing experience by adjusting the handling and race set-up of each and every car in-game, whereby cars can be individually tuned to cater for your personal racing style. The overall racing experience can be further modified by adjusting everything from driver attributes to collision damage, to deliver a thrilling and true racing experience. All of these features together breed the realism that Assetto Corsa is known and celebrated for.
Here’s the features you’ll find in Assetto Corsa on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC:
- Over one hundred high-performance cars, including the Team Lotus 98T, the Pagani Zonda R, the Ferrari LaFerrari, the Mercedes C9, and the McLaren MP4-12C GT3.
- Over twenty different track configurations, including famed courses such as Silverstone Circuit, Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Autodromo Nazionale Monza, and Nürburgring-Nordschleife.
- Single and Multiplayer racing modes, with customizable Race Weekends, preset Challenges or full-scale Career Mode.
- Refined race-craft AI, with up to twenty-four cars competing for the podium places in the PC version of the game.
The PC version of Assetto Corsa will be at E3, where new content is set to be showcased.
[Source: 505 Games (Twitter)]