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Featured Assetto Corsa Ferrari 70th Anniversary DLC Announced - Vote Open.. Then Closed!

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Paul Jeffrey, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. Paul Jeffrey

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    Kunos Simulazioni have confirmed the much anticipated Ferrari 70th Anniversary DLC for Assetto Corsa, plus opened up voting to choose the seventh model to be included in game.

    Already revealed as part of the end of year community post from the developers of Assetto Corsa, Kunos have now revealed the first six models due to form the base of the eagerly anticipated Ferrari 70th Anniversary DLC pack coming to the game this year.

    Confirmed as in development and due for a release "fall 2017", the premium Ferrari celebration DLC will add to the game seven brand new models from the Prancing Horse, with cars representing a range of historic and iconic machinery from the great Italian manufacturers.

    EDIT 21.6.17: It appears that Kunos have made a mistake launching the poll this early and have since closed the option of voting, prior to an official announcement and some further teaks to the vote mechanism. Hold tight for more info as and when available...

    The full car list revealed as forming the upcoming DLC are:

    1962 250 GTO
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    1967 330 P/4
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    1967 312/67
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    1984 288 GTO
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    2004 F2004
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    2017 812 Superfast
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    What is more Kunos have confirmed that a seventh unannounced car will be added to the pack, and the community have been given the opportunity to cast their vote against several models Kunos have receive permission to reproduced for the racing simulation. Be warned, you can only select one car and once you have cast your vote you will no longer be able to change your choice.

    You can visit the voting page by following the link HERE. Voting closes June 30th.

    Assetto Corsa is a racing simulation from Kunos Simulazioni available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

    Assetto Corsa and online racing = Love! Check out our brilliant Assetto Corsa League and Club racing forum for great racing events suitable for all skills and experiences. We host regular events using popular content and guarantee a great time for all. Additionally we have a very active sub forum for the game where players can catch up on the latest news and engage with fellow community members here at RD. You can download mods from our modding archive, discuss W.I.P projects in our Modding Discussion Forum and try out a selection of car setups for a wide range of vehicles. Come on, get yourself involved in the action today!

    Happy with the selection of cars chosen by Kunos? Which additional machine have you voted for? Any cars missing from the list you would like to see? Let us know in the comments section below!
     
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  2. Paul Jeffrey

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    Please for the love of god pick the 2003 575!!! PLEASE!!! :D:cool::confused:;):):D
     
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  3. samcar304

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    For the good of the Sims historic content, A 512m Would be the wise decision. It would give the 917 something to race against... Its important to have diversity in grids and not just the same car...
     
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  4. Terry Rock

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    333SP for me.
    I've always wanted to 'toss' that thing around Spa.
     
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  5. Christian Moreau

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    Ya'll know which one to vote for! ;)

    *cough* 575 *cough* :devilish:
     
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  6. Giorgos Kostis

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    Give me the F2004 and i will be happy for a looooooooooooooooooong time.
     
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  7. larre90

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    512 S
     
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  8. Pywackett-Barchetta

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    I'm hoping for the F333.
     
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  9. Giorgos Kostis

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    Oh wait. The F2004 is guaranteed.
     
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  10. Stig Bidstrup

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    Shark Nose :)
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  11. Emery

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    333sp is a good choice, but I went with the 512m so the 917 has a proper competitor.
     
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  12. paulnunes

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    Assetto, think of adding tracks!!! TRACKS and MORE TRACKS!!

    Forget cars, other than the M6 GT3.

    While you're at it fix the sound on the cars and the improve the FFB on simpler wheels like G25/G27.
     
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  13. Ryno917

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    I'd love to see that one, too.

    From the list, it's a tough choice. I went 512M.

    The '69 312P and 333SP were both very tempting, though.
     
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  14. Lino Carreira

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    575 GTC it is :)
     
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  15. samcar304

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    Solid DLC aside from the voting, nice to see the Lotus 49 will get a playmate. Sick of having the same car on the grid 20 times. And the 330 can too play with the 908 and the GT40!
     
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  16. Giorgos Kostis

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    I went for the 575 GTC.

    Brings me memories from GTR2. I was driving it every single day for a long time and i enjoyed it with all my heart could handle.
     
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  17. Eric Rowland

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    proper competitors is the key.....
     
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  18. TylerDurden4321

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    I want to vote for something old, 512M seems to be the choice here among RD, but isn't the 312P the much better drive, lighter and less off-throttle understeer? The 512M wouldn't be real competition against the 917/30 anyway even with added weight.

    Really torn on this one.
     
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  19. TheSourceOfTheNile

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    ASR have been working on a far superior version of the F2004 in beta for a while now. It should be released only in a few months. I can't deny Kunos's quality when it comes to cars, but they can't really nail F1 cars that well as seen by the ones included in the Red Pack.
     
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  20. Shawn Jacobs

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    :( no 488 GTE on the list
     
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