This is what the Ferrari FXX-K looks like in Assetto Corsa

In April a new car simulator which is ready to compete with others like DriveClub or Project Cars while waiting for the long-awaited Gran Turismo to arrive, a benchmark in the genre for Sony consoles.

Assetto Corsawhich is the name of the game developed by Kunos Simulazione and distributed by 505 Games, will focus on offer a more demanding and pure simulation, a real challenge for motor lovers. It will have famous licensed circuits such as Spa, Monza or Silverstone, 20 in total, as well as more than 90 real car models from well-known brands such as BMW, Mercedes, McLaren or Ferrari, a career mode and different tests, as well as total customization of the configuration of the car so that we can get the experience we want.

The game will be out next April 22 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In both versions it will reach the (important) figure of 60fpsarriving to 1080p on PS4 and staying at 900p on the Microsoft desktop.

We leave you with its latest trailer presenting the new Ferrari model, the FXX-k.

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