Check out the different weather and time of day conditions in Assetto Corsa Competizione – Talk 'n' Drive + new videos. Assetto Corsa Competizione is the new official Blancpain GT Series racing simulation from Kunos Simulazioni, representing a first foray into the world of a fully licenced dedicated racing simulation from the rapidly expanding and increasingly impressive SRO managed GT3 spec endurance racing series. Also Read: Assetto Corsa Competizione Early Access Review With the new game released on Steam Early Access this September 12th, Kunos have taken the opportunity to add a wealth of weather effects and time of day 24 hour cycles previously impossible with the original Assetto Corsa, adding a very welcome new set of elements many believe to be essential requirements of a modern racing simulation. Today we check out the simulation as we go through a full day – night – day cycle, and see what some of the newly added inclement weather options look like in the sim by way of a good old RD Talk 'n' Drive. Talk & Drive With Paul Jeffrey In to the Morning Racing at 9am in dry conditions, 10 minutes, 96% AI difficulty. ACC continues to impress in the many lighting conditions, this time we see the sun coming up and watch the early morning break across the track... lovely. Night Rain Racing at 11pm in “light rain” conditions. 10 minutes, 100% AI difficulty. As I say in the video, and even despite the low FPS caused by the conditions and stress on my PC, that combination was easily the best experience in sim racing I have ever had. Simply outstanding. As you can see in the above videos, ACC certainly offers a very impressive visual experience, matched by a wonder level of immersion and feedback behind the wheel. Very impressive indeed. Don't forget to check our review article and video, found HERE. Like what you see here at RaceDepartment? Don't forget to like, subscribe and follow us on social media! Instagram Twitter Facebook Youtube Twitch What do you think of ACC now it is finally out? Do you like the new sim? What's your favourite time / weather combo? Let us know in the comments section below!