Italian developer Kunos Simulazioni has amassed a sizeable fanbase for its racing sim franchise Assetto Corsa over the years, even if the series has never hit the heights of genre heavyweights like Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsport, so there’s plenty of excitement surrounding what the future might hold for it.
In 2021, it was confirmed that the developer was working on Assetto Corsa 2, with a launch planned for sometime in 2024, and now, a narrower release window has been provided. Digital Bros, the parent company of Assetto Corsa publisher 505 Games, has confirmed in its latest fiscal report (via @MauroNL3 on Twitter) that Assetto Corsa 2 will launch sometime in Spring 2024. When it will be announced or what platforms it will release for remains to be seen.
Meanwhile, it’s also been revealed that the Assetto Corsa series has now collectively sold over 28 million units worldwide as of December 31 last year, raking in over €104 million in revenue.
Previously, it was confirmed that an Assetto Corsa game is also in development for mobile devices, but there are no updates yet on how its production is going or when it might launch.
The Assetto Corsa franchise has sold over 28 million units as of December 31, 2022. Revenues for the franchise have exceeded €104m since its inception in 2014.
The "second version" of Assetto Corsa is planned for a Spring 2024 release. pic.twitter.com/TNGYIn6WhQ
— MauroNL (@MauroNL3) March 15, 2023
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