Assetto Corsa Competizione | US Tracks DLC Release Date Confirmed

The first trailer for the upcoming Land of the Free DLC for Assetto Corsa Competizione has been released, and it confirms that the track pack will be available on June 30th, 2022.

PC players have just over two weeks to wait until they can get their hands on the upcoming Land of the Free DLC for Assetto Corsa Competizione. Kunos and 505 Games have confirmed that the new DLC featuring American circuits will be released on the last day of June, 2022.

A tweet published by the Kunos team showed some quick clips from Circuit of the Americas, Watkins Glen and Indianapolis. No confirmation has yet been given on whether this is all of the tracks that will ever be included in the DLC, or if more American tracks will be added.


We first learned about the new tracks with a few fleeting frames in a teaser video that Kunos published late last year as a keynote presentation which accompanied the version 1.8 update for PC. In typical Kunos fashion, the developer has been tight-lipped about the DLC since.

Console players should not hold their breath for a release on PlayStation and Xbox at the same time. The Gen 9 console port that PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S players were understandably excited about has been slower to incorporate updates applied to the PC version or DLC packs than players had hoped. 505 has published several statements on the matter, but all signs point to the Gen 9 versions lagging behind the PC version until late 2022.

The Land of the Free American track pack could potentially be the last content we see for Assetto Corsa Competizione, as many expect the Kunos team to shift their focus to Assetto Corsa 2.

Does the new DLC pack look like something you would be interesting in playing? What other American tracks would you like to see added? Let us know in the comments below.
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Finally! I have been waiting for news about this DLC for a long time. The USA have some of the best tracks in the world.

The tracks mentioned were all part of the 2021 season. I really hope the complete calendar is included in this DLC, because the other tracks are Sonoma, Virginia, Sebring and Road America. Road America alone would be enough to make me buy this pack.
 
Awesome DLC they get in the target with Watkins Glen and Cota my favourite tracks, maybe we could see Sonoma, i think i was watching a Race there on 2021 from Gtworld, anyway is great news!!! Now i hope one day they 'll release a DLC "GT3 Legends" with Ferrari 430, BMW Z4 and Aston Martín Dbrs9
 
Awesome DLC they get in the target with Watkins Glen and Cota my favourite tracks, maybe we could see Sonoma, i think i was watching a Race there on 2021 from Gtworld, anyway is great news!!! Now i hope one day they 'll release a DLC "GT3 Legends" with Ferrari 430, BMW Z4 and Aston Martín Dbrs9
Every track of the 2021 season is great with, maybe, Indy as the exception. I never cared for the road course. The others are great. Virginia (if included) is an overlooked track but it’s great fun to race on (it’s included in AMS2.) It’s too bad Road Atlanta was not part of the SRO series.
 
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I wish they were releasing all the tracks from the Fanatec GT World Challenge America, as much as Teams and liveries etcetera.
That would just make sense.
 
I wish they were releasing all the tracks from the Fanatec GT World Challenge America, as much as Teams and liveries etcetera.
That would just make sense.
I am hoping it’s the case, at least for the tracks. As for the cars, it would be a livery pack, I don’t think that there’s a car participating in the American series that is not already in the game.
 
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Feel they could have done a bit more expectation management by saying in advance '3 tracks'.

And I feel a bit negative but I'm going to moan that I would have hoped for Sebring, Road America, Sonoma or a set of cones laid out around a Walmart carpark over COTA.

That out of the way, all ACC content is top notch quality and value and looking forward to trying out Watkins Glen. I don't know the modern Indy road layout either so hopefully there's some fun to be had with that.

Just hope my biggest gripe with ACC (allowing custom AI grids) will be solvable one day.
 
Alex Harkett
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Looking forward to this. I guess if they’re showing 3 tracks then only 3 tracks it will be. Still, no doubt they’ll be top quality as ever.
 
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