Assetto Corsa Mods
We have a date: 20th of December 2017. A date that might just mark the last important milestone in the development of Assetto Corsa. 1.
Whether that means we'll be hearing soon about Assetto Corsa 2 or other new product from Kunos, or that we'll just feel the silence for a long time, is almost anybody's guess. We don't know, nothing has been announced officially. Maybe we'll find out more in the traditional end of the year blog. Like in the previous years. But until then, let's enjoy what we do know, and that is the list of goodies:
Alfa Romeo 33...
Fantastic trick from @Wurstkoffer !
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.
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" .
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 -...
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