Assetto Corsa Competizione | Console Update Available

Paul Jeffrey

Assetto Corsa Competizione console players recently received some good news - PlayStation and Xbox versions of the game have been updated.

That's right, after a slightly longer than would otherwise have been ideal wait, console versions of the immense Assetto Corsa Competizione simulation have been updated - with plenty of fixes and improvements included as part of the new build.

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ACC Console Update Notes:


  • Issue fixed with disappearing wheels within a race with the BMW M4 GT4
  • Issue fixed with not being able to move the car after returning from the replay menu in
  • multiplayer
  • Controller pre-sets can now be deleted
  • Save data name now displays when trying to erase play data
  • Stability crashes fixed when playing replays and highlights
  • Fixed a soft-locking issue when resuming a saved race
  • Fixed a crash when viewing the final championship leaderboard
  • Translations for replay menu across multiple languages
  • Fixed multiple car digital displays / dashboards
  • Lap counter now displaying correctly
  • Control bindings fixed within the menu
  • Driver stints times update on the pitstop panel
  • In-game delta time has been reverted back to 3 decimal places
  • Fanatec McLaren GT3 damping fixed when cycling through modes
  • Crash fixed for reconnecting a Fanatec CSL Elite in a race
  • Trueforce audio now returns when hotplugging a Logitech G923 wheel
  • Fanatec ClubSport Pedals V3 Pedals rumble support

Original Source: 505 Games

Assetto Corsa Competizione is available on both console and PC.

Check out the Assetto Corsa Competizione sub forum here at RaceDepartment for a great place to discuss the simulation with your fellow ACC fans.

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