KUNOS-Simulazioni Srl Asseto Corsa

Last updated date: May 11, 2019

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In our analysis of 75 expert reviews, the KUNOS-Simulazioni Srl KUNOS-Simulazioni Srl Asseto Corsa placed 9th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Summarized Score
8 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
90 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
Assetto Corsa becomes something of a word-of-mouth hit, impressing the sim fraternity with the depth of its physics simulation and the authenticity of its handling.
- Trusted Reviews
This is a game for the person who wants to shave seconds off their lap times, hone their driving skills and be significantly challenged while they’re doing it. Period.
- Auto Guide
It has twenty different track configurations.
- Car Bibles
Sure, the tracks and cars look superb.
- Push Square
August 25, 2016 | Full review
This is the sort of title made for true piston-headed racing fans that want to buy an expensive wheel and pedal setup and just sit down and drive for the sake of driving, all night, because that’s what they love to do. That’s where Assetto Corsa shines, when there’s a competent control method in play and when you are out on the track, doing the do.
- Critical Hit
Extremely realistic.
- Bag O Games
The special events game mode is addicting.
- Keen Gamer
What experts didn't like
The career mode is tedious and often frustrating, and the presentation makes it feel even nerdier and less accessible than it is.
- Trusted Reviews
There’s a career mode with a progression ladder to climb, but there’s no real rewards system and it doesn’t entice the playing to keep playing with goals to meet or unlocks. The AI is a bit dimwitted, and there’s not a whole lot of included vehicles and real-world tracks. Progressing through the career ladder is a bit of a slog, if we’re honest.
- Auto Guide
Poor career mode.
- Car Bibles
This game is hard. Really hard. It's the kind of game that punishes you so severely that mistiming a corner by even a split second is enough to wreck an entire championship weekend – and this applies even to the slower starting cars which seem to take an age to come to a stop.
- Push Square
August 25, 2016 | Full review
There’s no real feeling of progression and the only other alternative is a set of premade challenges that you can tackle.
- Critical Hit
Lack of anything new.
- Bag O Games
No car garage or personal aesthetic customization.
- Keen Gamer

From The Manufacturer

Precision and perfection are at the core of Kunos Simulazioni’s pedigree; first of all in creating software models for numerous motorsports Marques, and now in bringing their ground-breaking racing simulation, Assetto Corsa, to home consoles. Deservedly positioned as “Your Racing Simulator,” Assetto Corsa ups the simulation stakes with a fanatical focus on pure driving realism, with laser-focused accuracy across every aspect of the game from the meticulous car handling to the laser-measured tracks. Assetto Corsa features over ninety high-performance vehicles all rendered to an obsessive level of detail, and each with bespoke handling and performance modeling taken from manufacturer’s real-life track data and telemetry. Using laser scanning technology to deliver the highest level of accuracy possible, Assetto Corsa boats twenty-four track configurations from sixteen legendary circuits, alongside an advanced physics engine built using practical knowledge acquired from the elite of motorsport including features and aspects of real cars, never seen on any other racing simulator such as tyre flat spots, heat cycles including graining and blistering. A full suite of race modes in Single and Multiplayer are available and customization allows players to personalize their experience by adjusting the handling and race set-up of each and every car in-game to match their personal racing style. Assetto Corsa has been developed at the Kunos Simulazioni R&D office, located at the Vallelunga international racing circuit outside Rome, allowing the team to develop the game in conjunction with some of the world’s top drivers and racing teams.

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