Running on a different release schedule to the PC edition might be slightly frustrating if you own Assetto Corsa Competitizione. But on the bright side, there’s the the Assetto Corsa Competizione GT4 Pack and update for consoles now available.
The GT4 Pack for ACC was released for the PC in July, and brings 11 new cars to the game, along with an additional championship mode. And one of the best aspects of the DLC is that each new car feels different and individual, so it’ll take you some time to master each one.
The new DLC includes the following cars in the GT4 class:
- Alpine A110 GT4 (7 new liveries)
- Aston Martin Vantage GT4 (7 new liveries)
- Audi R8 LMS GT4 (4 new liveries)
- BMW M4 GT4 (8 new liveries)
- Chevrolet Camaro GT4R (2 new liveries)
- Ginetta G55 GT4 (1 new liveries)
- KTM X-Bow GT4 (3 new liveries)
- Maserati MC GT4 (1 new liveries)
- McLaren 570S GT4 (5 new liveries)
- Mercedes AMG GT4 (10 new liveries)
- Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport (4 new liveries)
The addition of the GT4 class also brings the follow adjustments to the game for full integration in single player and online multiplayer:
- Championship Mode: GT4 Season available
- Multiplayer: the relative game update allows players to assign their vehicle to default category slots. So it will be possible to have a preferred vehicle for GT3 only races, one for the mixed class racing, one for GT4 racing, one for Cup, and one for SuperTrofeo. This allows everyone to have their preferred racing car and livery selected prior to Quick Join matchmaking and entering Competition Servers.
Assetto Corsa Competizione Xbox One and PS4 V1.5.4 Changelog
Arriving alongside the GT4 Pack for Assetto Corsa Competizione on the Xbox One and PS4 comes the V1.5.4 console update. This fixes some general game issues, and makes various improvements for anyone using the sim racing wheels and pedals listed in the notes below.
- Minor localization changes throughout the title
- The title will no longer crash with an account having a large number of friends
- Fixed an unresponsive state caused by switching accounts during a special event
- Fixed a crash that occurs once the user launches the title after switching languages
- Fixed a crash when switching game mode rapidly within single player
- Crash fixed for being stuck on a loading screen within single player
- Smooth Flow Trophy will now unlock correctly
- Force Feedback fixes to prevent a crash with Thrustmaster Wheels
- Throttle fixes for Thrustmaster series of wheels
- Thrustmaster T150 force feedback increased
- Default controls added and updated for a series of Thrustmaster wheels
- Calibration done on a series of Thrustmaster wheels
- Fixed an issue Logitech G923 max steering lock showing inconsistent values
- Adjusted force feedback for the Logitech series of wheels when hot-plugging
- Force feedback changes to the Logitech G923
- Clubsport V3 pedals will no longer vibrate when the title is paused
- Clubsport V3 pedals rumble increased
- Fixed controls being locked at the beginning of some events
- Fixed duplicated L3 and R3 wheel bindings with some wheel peripherals
If you want to keep up with all the latest Assetto Corsa Competizione news and updates for PC and console editions, it’s all right here. Along with every piece of content available in our Assetto Corsa Competizione Car List, and Assetto Corsa Competizione Track List.
Assetto Corsa Competizione is available as a digital download for the PC via Steam, the Xbox One via the Microsoft Store and the PS4 via the PlayStation Store. Or as a physical edition from Game or Amazon.