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Assetto Corsa Competizione: Hotfix 1.5.7 lands


Assetto Corsa Competizione: Hotfix 1.5.7 lands

A hotfix to v1.5 of Assetto Corsa Competizione has arrived with kudos to Kunos who have made some tweaks to graphics, physics and the UI as they continue to improve the GT racing sim.

Here’s what’s changed:


  • Fixed pit exit erroneously triggering blue flag when driving near the wall at the start-finish line on Laguna Seca.
  • Fixed pit entry erroneously triggering blue flag when driving near the pit entrance wall on Kyalami.
  • Fixed a potential inconsistency with track limit warnings accumulated on existing pending penalties.
  • Fixed an inconsistency when serving a drive-through penalty without having the serve penalty checkbox selected.


  • Slight adjustments to the 2019 GT3 season balance of performance.
  • Slight adjustments to the 2019 GT4 season balance of performance.


  • Decreased streaming memory pool in EPIC texture setting preset to prevent potential video memory overload on mid/high-range cards.


  • Fixed a refocus issue with the MFD in Multiplayer when the session went from multi- to single-class due to all clients of a car group disconnecting.
  • MFD info panel now includes stint timer and a track limits warning counter. NOTE: the MFD info panel is recommended to be set to “Always visible” in the HUD settings.
  • Pitstop MFD: added tyre pressure control for all tyres simultaneously.
  • Fixed tyre status indicators not consistently showing wear on previously used tyres in driver swap scenarios.
  • Fixed an MFD pitstop page issue that was allowing the same tyre to be selected and applied for an upcoming pitstop with the default setup loaded.


  • Exposed “EnableManufacturerExtras” in controls.json; if set to false it prevents the game from making any calls to external libraries from wheel manufacturers (Logitech, Thrustmaster, Fanatec) Useful for troubleshooting controller-related issues.
  • Fanatec LEDs setting now defaults to off.

Assetto Corsa Competizione is the new official GT World Challenge videogame.

Thanks to the extraordinary quality of simulation, the game will allow you to experience the real atmosphere of the GT3 championship, competing against official drivers, teams, cars and circuits reproduced in-game with the highest level of accuracy ever achieved.
Sprint, Endurance and Spa 24 Hours races will come to life with an incredible level of realism, in both single and multiplayer modes.
ACC will feature Blancpain GT Series’ 2018 and 2019 seasons.
Assetto Corsa Competizione is born from KUNOS Simulazioni’s long-term experience, and it takes full advantage of Unreal Engine 4 to ensure photorealistic weather conditions and graphics, night races, motion capture animations, reaching a new standard in terms of driving realism and immersion, thanks to its further improved tyre and aerodynamic models.
Designed to innovate, Assetto Corsa Competizione will be set to promote eSports, bringing players at the heart of the GT World Challenge and putting them behind the wheel of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, McLarens and many other prestigious GT racing cars, all reproduced with outstanding level of detail.


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Sam Tomlinson

Sam Tomlinson

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