Assetto Corsa sits among the greats in the throne room of simulator racing games. Alongside iRacing and rFactor, Assetto Corsa has a very loyal following that has fueled an amazing era in the racing simulation genre. However, when Assetto Corsa initially launched on previous generation consoles, there were technical issues that plagued the game, preventing it from living up to the experience delivered on PC. This made its already steep learning curve almost unbearable. However, the next-generation port has brought with it a fresh new coat of paint and a completely streamlined experience.
I have to note that this isn’t the game for someone looking to sit on the couch and race for a good hour or two. This is not a controller racer, with ACC requiring precise steering and pedal inputs even if you have the assists on. So it’s highly advised that players look to invest in a wheel and pedals, or consider another racing game.
This is not a controller racer, with ACC requiring precise steering and pedal inputs even if you have the assists on.
It will take a while to get used to the way the cars feel while using a controller, but I constantly felt like this isn’t the true way to experience the game.
Thanks to the smooth gameplay and 4K support, Assetto Corsa Competizione prides itself in its sense of immersion.
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PlayStation 5, Xbox Series
24 February 2022
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