How did the Assetto Corsa Competizione racing simulator show up on the Xbox One and Playstation 4?

How did the Assetto Corsa Competizione racing simulator show up on the Xbox One and Playstation 4?

July 8, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The popular racing simulator Assetto Corsa Competizione, which was previously available only for PCs, can now be tested on the Xbox One and Playstation 4 game consoles. At the moment, there are problems with some aspects of the game.

On March 11, 2020, Studio 505 Games, which created the popular racing simulator Assetto Corsa Competizione, announced that starting June 23, the game will be available on the Microsoft Xbox One and Sony Playstation 4 game consoles.

It is worth noting that Assetto Corsa Competizione is a very good simulator, which attaches great importance to the simulation side of real racing. As in real races, the game has a cool training course that helps to master all aspects of management correctly, which is one of the reasons why ACC has a good reputation in the world of racing on PC. The big question now is whether this game will work well on Microsoft Xbox One and Sony Playstation 4. Unfortunately, the answer is no. At least for now.

Journalists of the foreign publication Motor1.com decided to test the performance of the simulator on the current generation of Xbox One X. The game was to be controlled through a Logitech G920 feedback steering wheel. The game can also be played with a standard Xbox controller. According to developers, special attention was paid to the console version of the game in this regard, so that players could get the same emotions from driving, while not having a steering wheel. As a result, the steering wheel was not immediately accepted by the game – the journalists had to restart the game several times.

Even with a functioning wheel, these basic settings mean that there are only a few feedback settings. This is not good, because at maximum settings, the steering seems almost lifeless. There is little power in the wheel, and every corner feels the same, no matter how fast or slow you enter a turn. There is no difference between understeer or oversteer, and there is no change in strength unless you stop completely. You will feel a slight jolt if you cut the border, but, oddly enough, you will get random jolts when moving in a straight line.

Realism is one of the strengths of the ACC simulator, and it will be difficult for you to find any racing console game that would offer more. Physics is very similar to real, and the developers “went so far” that they took into account the deformation and pressure in the tires, as well as the temperature and wear of the brakes.

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