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    Assetto Corsa Competizione.

    Now available in Early Access on Steam!
    Just one car (Lamborghini Huracan) and one track (Nurburgring GP), but it shows great promise IMHO!
    Once finished, it will allow you to drive both the 2018 and 2019 Blancpain GT series (GT3 cars)
    With more content released the price will go up, like Dirt Rally.
    A full list of currently competing cars: https://www.blancpain-gt-series.com/cars







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    Got my copy and as you say Ferry a lot of promise.

    Not had a chance to test it yet, hopefully this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noddy View Post
    And by the way lovely shots.
    Except for a bit of cropping and resizing unedited!

    Have to say the external views are quite intensive on the framerate, but internal views are fine.
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    Thought about it but not going there just yet.
    The usual muppets are rubbishing stage one (idiots-it's a WIP!) and the fan boys are lauding it (idiots-it's a WIP!), where I prefer to see what it looks like when about 50% done.
    "Illegitimum non carborundum".

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    I try to keep away from forums, unless I run into problems, so I can form my own opinion.
    No idea if ACC will be moddable, but no doubt that will be a major issue for some. System specs (Especially in its current unoptimized form) will be another.
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    I was very happy with the way PC1 was promoted, after the initial low level entry I decided to go up a few levels and the development process was a good experience.
    Much to my surprise I even recovered my 'investment' and made a profit!!

    The bar was set too high for PC2 but I was considering joining up again except I ran out of time.

    In this case I'll hang back for a couple of stages and most likely buy in as ACC is fleshed out.
    If ACC isn't allowed to be modded it might cause some angst, but I expect there will be some level allowed.

    Certainly agree with you about the forums Ferry, RD has a high number of ill mannered, ignorant and just plain stupid people posting, but the 'Ignore' button works.
    As for Farcebook.......... I try not to post anything if I can avoid it.

    I'll read what you and Noddy post here with interest, at least your views will be unbiased.

    And a PS: Agree on the subject of systems as well, right now I'm not planning on any updates in that area as I think (just me, myself) that next year we will be seeing some new chips released that will be more capable (and probably more expensive!) by quite a margin to the present offerings, I took myself off to Computex in Sydney several weeks ago and there was very little to get exited about.
    Reading between the lines in most of the name manufacturers promotional material gave me a little insight on what not to spend money on right now.
    "Illegitimum non carborundum".

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    Any thoughts, Andy..?

    I just fired up the 'old' AC, and did a few laps in the same car and on the same track. I could reproduce the exact same lap times easily!
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    It feels like a cross between PC2 and AC.
    So far I have done two 10 minute races and some solo laps, as you say it does not feel to different to AC. Although I am trying different set ups which I never really did.
    The new layout and look is good, so it will be interesting to see how it continues to develop, this is a first time that I have tried an early access game. But so far I am liking it.
    Of course 1 car and track could get boring!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat666 View Post
    In this case I'll hang back for a couple of stages and most likely buy in as ACC is fleshed out.
    Here's a roadmap showing the upcoming updates, and when the price will go up:

    https://www.assettocorsa.net/competizione/roadmap/
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    The first update is out, bringing us the Misano track and the Bentley!







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    Very nice, not had a chance to have a go with the new update yet.

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    The next stage is out, and includes the BMW M6:



    And the track should be easy to guess..:





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    Update #4 is here, introducing the Hungaroring and the Ferrari 488 GT3:









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    Hungaroring in light rain:



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    Nurburgring at night is scarily real, but also a bit much for my old videocard:





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    Testing out my new videocard, seems to be working well with ACC! 26 cars on track in the rain at a steady 60 fps, at max detail!





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