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Assetto Corsa Competizione GT2 Pack Coming In January

Assetto Corsa Competizione

The cars from the GT2 European Series finally have a formal release date for ACC. Plus, it is earlier than expected, with the content arriving in January 2024.

There are plenty of new content releases on the horizon for Assetto Corsa Competizione players. Last month, the community erupted with joy when the Nordschleife was finally announced to be coming to the platform. But that was not the only new bit of content expected for ACC.

GT2 cars were announced all the way back in July 2022. These cars are more powerful but less aerodynamically-reliant than GT3 cars, with more of a focus on amateur driver competition. It was predicted that they would release alongside the Nordschleife in Spring, but as it turns out it will be much earlier than that.

The GT2 Car Pack will arrive on Assetto Corsa Competizione in January 2024, as shown in the teaser video above.

ACC GT2 Car Pack

The trailer shows the two Porsche brand cars that will arrive in the pack, the 935 and the 911 GT2 RS ClubSport. However, whilst not shown in the teaser, other cars that compete to the regulations are set to also come to ACC. These include GT2 versions of the Lamborghini Huracán, Audi R8 and Mercedes-AMG GT.

But there is set to also be a few bespoke vehicles like the KTM X-Bow GTX, Brabham BT63 and Maserati MC20. The 911 GT2 was spotted by a few eagle-eyed players when Nordschleife specialist Misha Charoudin revealed he had been driving the 25km track on ACC at Kunos HQ.

The confirmation of the GT2 cars coming earlier than expected may leave a bit of a sour taste to those eagerly awaiting the Nordschleife’s addition. The 2024 GT World Challenge Pack is slated for a Spring release, expect April or May to be when you can drive the Nordschleife on ACC. It may even come with new for 2024 GT3 cars like the Corvette and Ford Mustang.

However, the GT2 cars are releasing first in January. Most likely not with any tracks, but even if they did, that will not include the Nordschleife.

Which GT2 car are you most looking forward to driving first on ACC? Tell us on Twitter at @OverTake_gg or in the comments down below!

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