So you’re getting started with Assetto Corsa and were wondering if it was possible to play single player?
Well, of course you can!
The reason some people think they can’t is because they keep seeing streamers and YouTubers racing ACC and iRacing online.
Assetto Corsa Competizione is the new official GT World Championship game and all the cars and tracks of the real championship.
The user interface is very easy to use and manage and the Career Mode will help you discover how everything works in no time.
Players can compete in single-player mode against AI drivers, as well as race online in dozens of different series.
Can Assetto Corsa Competizione be played offline?
The short answer is yes, you can play ACC in offline mode as a single player or even race against AI.
So for those of you who love to practice a lot in a new track with time trial sessions then you can do this offline, or race against AI drivers on custom championships.
But don’t forget that Assetto Corsa Competizione also has a multiplayer mode where you can compete against other players online and that’s where things start to get more tricky, yet more fun to drive. 🙂
There are many different series to join and race in, so there’s something for everyone.
So whether you’re a single player enthusiast or just love racing against AI then you should go and start practicing on the ACC single player offline mode.
I’m sure you’ll quickly get addicted and later want to play multiplayer online with other fellow humans.
So, yes, Assetto Corsa Competizione can be played as a single player game but it’s definitely better experienced with other players.
We hope this helps you get started with ACC.
See you on track! 🙂
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