Automobilista 2’s New DLC Adds Different Monza Layouts and Versions Through the Decades

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Automobilista 2, the racing sim that promises a comprehensive simulation of the Brazilian motorsport scene, featuring all major Brazilian racing series, race tracks and manufacturers, has just received new content that will spice things up for fans of the series.
The new Autodromo Nazionale Monza DLC brings several layouts and versions of the iconic race track for players to enjoy. The following versions of the Monza race track will be available to those who purchase the DLC: Modern GP, Junior, 1971 GP, 1971 Junior, 1971 10km, 1971 10km without chicane, and 1991 GP.

Although developer Reiza Studios promised to add the BMW 2002 to the game too, the car has remained on hold for further development, but it will eventually be added to Automobilista 2 in a complimentary update next week, so there’s no reason to panic.

The new Monza DLC is available for purchase for $9.99, but it doesn’t come alone. The team at Reiza announced a major free update is now available for all Automobilista 2 owners. The update brings many new features, improvements, and fixes, so make sure to check out the full changelog.

The highlight of the free update is support for Thrustmaster SF1000, changes to historical weather data, adjustments to car tire treads, and consistent changes to how the AI behaves during races. Also, pre-event leaderboards have been revised to increase the number of rows and allow grouping by class.

Many audio fixes have been implemented, too, especially when it comes to how some of the engines sound. But many other cars are getting tweaked as well.

Built on the same MADNESS engine as the Project CARS series, Automobilista 2 benefits from a long-term development plan, which means it will receive new content for several years following its release. Paid DLC and free updates will add new game modes, features, best cars and tracks from the past, present, and future of motorsports.
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