Assetto Corsa as a potential rally simulator?
This holiday I purchased Assetto Corsa and downloaded some rally mods.
Testing the Ford Fiesta RS WRC built by Rally Legends in combination with the incredibly beautiful Aspertsham tarmac track built by Thomas Laechele showed me what is possible in Assetto Corsa. And this gave me a good reason for further research. The available information is going to be saved here as reference work.
I’m not sure about gravel and loose surfaces but I think Assetto Corsa is quite suitable for tarmac rallies.
Finally, the update system is working properly. Now I can continue to focus on the reliability of the application. First by removing some third party libraries which caused annoying problems after intensive testing. I’ve found good alternatives for this, which will make the app much more stable. Below is a screenshot that shows the most current features of the app.
The first version of the EasyRBR app is finished. The app is mainly developed for easy selecting and installing cars available for the Czech Tournaments Plugin. The cars can be selected by one click. And it is also very easy to select the wanted options like extra lights, mudflaps or selecting your favorite car livery. Continue reading
I noticed that some people, like me, would like to try the Czech Tournaments Plugin but then be discouraged when it appears that the cars must be inserted manually in the Richard Burns Rally installation by copying and modifying several files.
So I had the idea to try and build an application for myself that would make things much easier. The first version of this app is almost finished now. I’m testing it on a Windows 10 machine and it works actually pretty good. But I still need to do some coding to actually release it online.
Soon more news regarding EasyRBR.