Kunos Simulazioni's Marco Massarutto has been at it again, posting yet more delicious looking images from the upcoming free 'Highlands' race track due to be added to Assetto Corsa. With a scheduled release planned for some time this month, the 'Highlands' track is a four configuration fantasy race circuit located somewhere in the Scottish highlands. Promised to offer suitable layouts for high performance machines and the slower road going content found in Assetto Corsa, 'Highlands' could prove to be a nice change of pace for a simulator mainly focused on the cut and thrust world of real life motorsports. 'Highlands' will be only the second scratch build fantasy track added by Kunos to Assetto Corsa, after the similarly free edition of Black Cat County back in March 2016. What sets the new track apart from BCC however is the Scottish themed scenery and potentially close proximity to the barriers and surrounding street furniture unique to round the houses city tracks. Although some images already revealed due lead us to believe 'Highlands' will have some tight, technical sections, it appears that the track is quite diverse in its design and offers up some much wider and faster sectors that blast out into the open countryside. With four configurations promised by Kunos, we don't yet know if they will be a mix of both wide open road and narrow twisty street sections, or if indeed these configurations make up generally themed unique layouts in their own right. We expect 'Highlands' will be released during February alongside the other free piece of content, the monstrous Audi Quattro Group B rally car. Possibly at the same time as a new build update to the game. You can check out the previous 'Highlands' preview images here if you missed it first time (or just want another look). Assetto Corsa is a racing simulation now available to purchase for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC (via the Steam network). Modding is cool right? We think so. So much so that we have a very special place on the internet reserved for just that subject. If you like community created content for Assetto Corsa, and want to go to a place where you can readily interact with the content creators and download things like new cars, tracks, skins, apps and other such stuff, then check out our Assetto Corsa Modding sub forum. Here you will find a whole bunch of awesome stuff to download. What's more we also have a unique sub forum within that area that allows modders to showcase their work in progress content and ask questions about the modding scene in general. This can be found in our Assetto Corsa Modding Discussions sub forum. If modding isn't your cup of tea you can also check out our epic League and Club Racing forum where we host a variety of top class, you guessed it, league and club racing events! We hold regular clubby races for all skill sets and across a nice selection of cars and tracks. All you need is to have a Premium membership and sign up for the race in advance of the event, then you are good to go! Check it out today! Do you like the new 'Highlands' previews? Looking forward to sampling this new fantasy circuit in Assetto Corsa? If fantasy designs are not your thing, which real world locations would you like to see added to the sim next? Let us know in the comments section below!