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Fans left disappointed by the slight delay to DX11 and VR implementation in rFactor 2 need worry no more, Studio 397 have last night confirmed the newly proposed May 1st release date for this major new build release is on schedule to meet the internal deadline and find itself released to the public build of rFactor 2 on Steam. As can be evidenced in the included screenshots, the new build update and move to DX11 looks like it should bring a rather significant upgrade to the graphics of the game, as well as hopefully further optimizations to support greater frame rate realization for gamers looking to run the highest graphic settings possible whilst still maintaining a decent FPS result.
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The DRM Modding Team posted a spectacular 17-minute video showcasing all the cars that will be part of the DRM Revival mod for Assetto Corsa.
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Assetto Corsa SROGT3 Round 1
Round 1 has now run. Here are the results and standing. They can also be found HERE
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STUDIO 397 has published the March 2017 rFactor 2 Roadmap blog bringing us up to date with the latest progress and upcoming content for the rFactor 2 racing simulator. The rFactor2 development team is making good progress on the User Interface, VR support for the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift, and DX11 implementation. They stated that the targeted “end of Q1” release will not be met, but the release quality promises to be worthwhile. The updated target for release is now May 1st. As far as content is concerned, work on the upcoming Radical SR3 sportscar is shaping up nicely, Last but not least, STUDIO 397 announces that there is some very interesting new car and track content in the pipeline. We will keep you posted when we receive more news on this topic.
Kunos Simulazioni has released Update v1.13 for the PC version of Assetto Corsa. Besides a list of fixes and improvements, this new update also brings a some very interesting new features such as the long-awaited OpenVR / VIVE support (beta) and new multiplayer features, including reversed grid races and mandatory pit stops. Furthermore, this update also deploys car Steam ID sharing functions which is one of the first steps needed to implement driver swap functionality. As announced yesterday, Assetto Corsa V1.3 also includes some new and free of charge content in the form of the classic Mazda MX5 NA and the iconic Mazda 787B Group C car. The Mazda 787B was a Group C sports-prototype engineered to compete in the World Sportscar Championship, All Japan Sports Prototype Championship and the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1990 and 1991. The 787B weighed 831 kg. It had a 2622 ccm 4-rotor 26B Wankel engine, mid-mounted with RWD and a 5-speed manual transmission. The Wankel engine delivered a whopping 700 HP@ 9000 RPM. The nimble Mazda MX-5 or Miata as it is known in North America debuted in 1989 and is ever since one of the most popular Roadsters available.