Assetto Corsa is without a doubt one of the defining sims of the present generation, and its successor, Assetto Corsa Competizione, continues to impress as well.
The team at 505 Games has now made its transition to mobile this time now.
Assetto Corsa Mobile is out now, so let’s have a look at it and what it has to offer to its players with this pocket-sized sim racer!
Platforms and the price it’s available at
The game is out now exclusively for iOS devices, iPhone and the iPad, and at a price of $4.99.
This means it won’t be launching any time soon for Android devices, or the Switch, but who knows. The fact that the game is coming to mobile devices in the first place; means there is a possibility of it coming to android platforms in the future.
So, if you’re feeling left out with your Android device, then don’t worry, there’s still hope for us all!
Cars and Tracks
As of now, we don’t have a full car list available for the game, but what we do know is that 505 Games has partnered with the likes of Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati and many others to make sure realism and variety.
This means players should have everything they could ask for, and more to play the way they want to, and make sure that the experience may be a surreal one.
There are 59 vehicles that have been officially licensed from 18 manufacturers in the game from today; this might increase with future updates. Similarly, there are 9 laser-scanned circuits, with night and day variations and dynamic weather.
The game has been developed by Digital Tales, which confirms it’s perfectly created for mobile use.
There are other options, like tilt functionality, touchpad controls, and acceleration assist. One thing is for sure, it is going to be perfect for those new mobile gaming and sim racers.
Assetto Corsa Mobile will launch with a widespread of ways for you to play and explore while you enjoy racing.
These modes include Practice, Classic Race, Time Attack, Endurance, Overtake, and Speed.
Each of the modes helps you to master your technique and your skills. But, Practice is what will make you better, once you’ve got hang of things, it’s time to diversify.
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