Assetto Corsa – DRM Revival Mod Custom Shader Pack Update Coming
Back in April, the DRM modding team released their awesome DRM Revival mod V1.0 for the Assetto Corsa racing simulator. The mod represents a quality virtual version of the awesome Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft Gruppe 5 Touring car and Sportscar racing series from the late 70’s and early 80’s. Two months later, the team released the DRM Revival mod V1.1 updating various physics, graphics and sound assets of the modding project.
In the meantime, Russian modding artist Ilja Jusupov aka x4fab has been creating some amazing mods for Assetto Corsa which add a list of new features to the simulator such as dynamic lighting, flexible and damageable tyres, vertex AO, and new AI behavior. Furthermore, x4fab created awesome new custom shaders enabling wet weather and night racing.
The DRM modding team is pleased to announce that they are now working on a new update for the DRM Revival mod, taking full advantage of x4fab’s Custom Shader Pack. The upcoming DRM Revival update will feature rain animations, rain tires with their own physics and visible rain tread, working wipers, individual working headlights for each car, night racing and wet weather racing.
At the time of writing, there was no exact release date confirmed, but we will keep you posted when more news becomes available. For now, check out the included video previewing some of the upcoming features of the mod.
Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft – Gruppe 5
The DRM Revival Mod will recreate the fast and spectacular DRM Cars that were raced from 1972 to 1985. The DRM Group 5 series was divided into 2 groups. Division 1 was made up by iconic cars as the Porsche 935 Turbo, Lancia Beta Monte Carlo Turbo and the Zakspeed Turbo Ford Capri’s with engines ranging from 2000 cm ³ up to 4000 cm ³ and Division 2 cars with less than 2000 cm ³ like the Zakspeed Ford Escort, BMW 320i.
Many of the drivers have become household names in the international racing scene. Hans Heyer, Rolf Stommelen, Klaus Ludwig, Manfred Winkelhock, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Harald Ertl and Toine Hezemans, to name a few.
For those who are not familiar with this awesome modding project, check out some more DRM Revival Mod posts on Bsimracing
Official Webpage – www.drm-modding-team.com