Assettomods brings to you the ultimate Australian driving sim on PC through mods. Working closely with motorport professionals and highly experienced race drivers Assettomods has delveloped more than 50 mod cars & tracks for Assetto Corsa PC edition including the development of in-house exclusive car mods for international companies VW India & Simutec UK.
Assettomods creates many exclusive mods for Assetto Corsa focusing mainly on Australian cars, tracks and racing content.
More than 50 Aussie cars and tracks available on Patreon
By becoming a supporter on Patreon you can access more than 50 mod cars and tracks available on the Assettomods ‘Patreon‘ page.
- The 2nd release of the Targa Tasmania mod includes Leg 2 stages 7 – 12.
- Leg 2 includes:.
- S7- Sideling (13.9kms).
S9 – Weldborough Pass (13.2kms).
S11 – Elephant Pass (11.1kms).
*Targa Tasmania The Mod requires Patreon membership level VIP to access, further Legs 3 – 6 released per month May – Aug 2022.
- Assettomods can work closely with you to develop unique car or track mods for your business, car brand, e-series competitions and more.
- We have worked with international companies to develop exclusive in-house mods including the VW Polo India Cup car for Volkswagen India and the GTM-01 race car for Simutec a UK based sim hire & training centre.
- Assettomods brings to you the most legendary cars from Australian racing history.
- The cars that created the legends Peter Brock, Allan Moffat, Dick Johnson, Jim Richards, Mark Skaife, Craig Lowndes, Greg Murphy, Russell Ingall and more.
- Assetto Mods has a large collection of quality Assetto mod links found online.
- On our site you will find many quality free mods including tracks from the AC Track Reboot Project, ACU, Rainmaker and more.
- We try and add correct credits (if known) to all mods on our site, if you find any credits missing OR incorrect please contact us here with details.
- What you’re watching is the latest version of the Shutoko Revival Project — a fan-developed Assetto Corsa mod paying homage to the golden era of Japanese street racing, featuring a replica of Tokyo’s iconic Metropolitan Expressway.
- It’s a setting that’s been mostly ignored in the racing genre since the Tokyo Xtreme Racer franchise of the early-to-mid aughts, and I’ve never understood why.
- That’s part of why the video above is so neat, but the other is the rain.
- And credit for that contribution goes to a developer named Ilja Jusupov, a.k.a.
- x4fab, who’s spent years developing custom shader patches for Assetto Corsa according to their Patreon.
- The disparate drops collect and move en masse across the windshield; snaking, melding together and swaying left and right, opposite the car’s direction of travel.
- The wipers work together to move all the liquid over and down, just like on a real car, leaving dry streaks behind as they oscillate.
- I know this all seems unremarkable in text, but the second you see it in action, you realize this level of detail simply isn’t observed in other racing games.
- Take the technical darling that is GT7, for example:.
- Arlo Pro 3 Camera System.
- Security upgradeComes with two security cameras that work with either Alexa or Google Assistant, can record 2K video, zoom in, and has excellent night vision.