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This workaround allows RTB to obtain the terrain texture and elevation data from another source, which ideally provides more detail than Google. This source can be anything in theory. A GeoTiff, a database or file containing data in XYZ format, another mapping service, such as the many regional WMS servers. It can be used for both public and local services. And yes, it can also be a LIDAR based source. An example is provided which retrieves data from a regional public WMS server. Programming skills may be required to access other sources.
Yes, it's happening. A little out of the blue, the latest DLC for Assetto Corsa will be released on September 19th. Again, we'll be seeing a mixed pack of cars, one of which we all voted for. Ahm.. well, sort of saying. I didn't . That's the current F1 car, the Ferrari SF70H. (if you wish to have a look back at the poll results, you can; here).
The other models in the pack are:
1962 250 GTO -...
Tomorrow, September 14th, 18.oo (UTC+1, Amsterdam, Berlin, etc.)
Coming out of the silent period, Stefano plans for a livestream, announced as a "talk and drive" session. What's the ocassion ? Well, the introduction of the Ferrari 250 GTO in Assetto Corsa, one of Stefano's "coup de coeur" .
04-09-2017: feedback from Pankykapus (3D artist at Kunos)
27-08-2017: added info from @garyjpaterson (ty)
There are already tutorials on car modding for Assetto Corsa out there. However, I feel they don't treat the subject as a whole. Example - the car_pipeline directly coming with Assetto Corsa. It's long and complex, and has a lot of useful information. But it concentrates too much on the graphical side and...
..and the winner is.. but before that, let's make a small summary of this thing: So, this year, Ferrari is celebrating its 70th Anniversary. Being on a good mood, or better yet Marco being a smooth talker , Kunos has the chance to develop and release a DLC on this special occasion. Dedicated to the horsy loving brand. This DLC will include 7 cars. Out of these, 6 were already decided by Kunos before hand. For the 7th, we (you) got to vote. After around 30000 votes (so really, a significant chunk of the player base) the results are.. unexpected .
Being an Italian studio, Italians do have some advantage over the rest of the world following Assetto Corsa. One example is this interview in Italian, by Eduardo Ullo for ILVIDEOGIOCO. However, this is 2017 and thanks to online tools like Google Translate, we can get a pretty good idea about what has been discussed, even if some translations artifacts might be in there. The ones I could spot, were corrected. The ones that you spot, please let us know in comments below .
luchian submitted a new resource:
4000+ free textures - no sign-up required
Wow, this is indeed a huge resource library. And the best part: You are allowed to use these textures for any kind of work. Whether you paid for access to the website or if you’re a free user. You may NOT, however, redistribute unmodified textures.
These textures are free. However,...
With the release of RTR DLC, we have also seen the release of Assetto Corsa update 1.14. Or the other way around. However, even though DLCs and updates are often released together, they are not linked. Meaning that you will automatically benefit from the update even if you don't buy the DLC.
Since the release of update 1.13, there were approximately 2 months gone by. This usually means that the changelog is quite consistent and aside from the...
A new set of 10 cars, that may be different inside this pack but one can find good matched inside all the content released so far by Kunos. Amongst them, the mythical rally car Toyota Celica. This could be seen as a sign of Kunos supporting (maybe improving ?) the dirt physics somewhere in the future ? Who knows.. for the time being we can just enjoy what we have. So, here what RTR brings:
"Ready To Race" includes 10 new cars from AUDI, Lotus, McLaren, Maserati and Toyota, providing the "most wanted" models ready to race! This provides a great variety of models that mix technology,...
"It's better to be late, than to arrive ugly" - Darcy Gilmore
In today's special: some old news . But you know, it's still good to have a full history here, and maybe have a look on how AC evolved. For example when AC2 will be released . And while we're at it, let's make also a forecast - Assetto Corsa 2 will be out in 2021.
Anyhooo.. back to our subject-matter, update v1.13 was made available to download on Steam on March 22nd (wow, time flies), featuring the Mazda MX5 NA and the Mazda 787B as FREE bonus content. Most importantly though, v1.13 also...
Even though Oculus might have some problems in this period, it is not far fetched to say that VR is here to stay. Maybe the hardware is not exactly where we would love to see it, but the VR experience, as of today, is a very believable one. Enough to make people getting the gear. And enough to make developers give it the attention. Assetto Corsa is no exception, and after the decent implementation of the VR #driving experience, it looks like Kunos is looking even further, thanks to the superior positioning system Vive has to offer. In his characteristic style, Marcos posted a teasing...
Time for some reheated news . Assetto Corsa 1.12 was released already 10 days ago, and among the consistent list of fixes and features, we also got some free content: The AUDI QUATTRO S1 E2 and the HIGHLANDS fictional track. Both are very welcomed in our simracing arsenal, of course.
In my book, there is however another big "feature" I was waiting for quite some time: V10 tyre model for all cars. Yay !
NOTE: read in the next post about a possible problem (CPU occupancy) some systems might get after...
Marco is at work again. Distributing free tickets for the hype train. It's not exacly clear when it is due to pass by the train station, but we do know it's supposed to happen in February. This was probably even more encouraged, since the Porsche RSR 2017 still needs (waits ?) for some data from the manufacturer, in order to represent it at its best.
Slightly ironical, here's what Marco had to say replying to one of the comments regarding this "delay":
Definitely I'm not sorry. We release cars...
Lucas L submitted a new resource:
Lake Louise - a 22km/50km mountain epic - Official thread - A real road for your driving dreams
It would be too simple to just prepare for the new year's eve party. Because Assetto Corsa has taken over our lives. Oh, it's just me ? Ok, never mind . Then here are the final thoughts of 2016 about what we've seen and most importantly about what to expect in 2017. It seems that the previous years were indeed hard to beat, and create that "whoaaa" feeling. It looks like a time to evolve. To put a little more emphasis on maturing what's there already (let's hope it's a little more than "a little" ), while also addressing the "lack of circuits" part and putting...
As every year, Kunos might be preparing some surprise announcement for December 31st. Last year 2015, we had Maserati & co. In 2014, we found out Lambos are joining the fun. As of now, we can consider those might be hard to beat. But is it ? All we have seen, is some mysterious screenshot from a british-nederlandish-city-like-track-ish.. Is there more in the cat's bag ? Or is Assetto Corsa going...
Mid-week release for Porsche Pack 3, so time might be scarce for trying it out. However little time you have though, it worth's giving the new toys a spin. Porsche Pack Volume 3 follows the first two DLC packs dedicated to the Porsche brand, introducing a selection of seven different vehicles. The pack places an emphasis on modern-day Porsche racing cars, including the entire 991 GT3 racing line and the latest 2016 Le Mans-winning 919 Hybrid, while also featuring two of the German brand’s most iconic racing cars, the 908 Lang-Heck and 917 K.
Volume 3 also brings players one of the...
No, release date didn't change . However, it seems that the reproduction of the 911 RSR 2017 turned out to be a little more complex than initially thought. And as the release date for PP3 is next week, the team decided to do a backflip and give it proper love. Until January.
Ok, then what do we get ? Good question. We get (as the community asked a lot actually) the 911 Turbo S, as part of the PP3. And when the RSR will be ready, we'll get that too, for "free". As part of PP3. A very good deal if you ask me. Oh, you didn't.. Well, now that I've said it, can't take it back....
“How did it get so late so soon?” ― Dr. Seuss
End of November brought the 2nd Porsche Pack DLC on the PC version of Assetto Corsa. For those that purchased the Season Pass, the pack was automatically included in one's library. And same it shall be for the third pack, when it will launch a little bit later this December. The 20th, as far as we know.
Before speaking about the list of cars, it is also worth mentioning that together with the DLC, we have seen the 1.10 update. With each update, broken stuff gets fixed or new stuff gets added, continuously improving the...
One day, we'll post news when they actually happen, I tell you .
Anyhooooo.. 1.9 update also marked the start of a very special period in AC development. The first officially licensed Porsches, Pack 1. After an exclusive deal that Porsche had with Electronic Arts (..and which lasted around 16 years ! around the release of the NFS Porsche game), the world of simracing is free again. And what better place to feel this than our favorite sim, Assetto Corsa.
Here is what Kunos had to say about it:
Respecting what is now a very long tradition at Kunos...
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