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NASCAR Heat Evolution is coming!

NASCAR HEAT EVOLUTION,  a new NASCAR licensed title that is looking to be coming to a next gen console AND Windows PC near you (via Steam). After Dusenberry Martin Racing acquired the NASCAR’s simulation video game license for console from  Eutechnyx Limited, there’s been hope amongst us in the racing game genre that a quality NASCAR game will once again be born.

On May 20, DMR officially announced the game at Charlotte Motor Speedway, partnering with Monster Games, who had developed NASCAR Heat and NASCAR: Dirt to Daytona.

NASCAR Heat Evolution is a racing video game developed by Monster Games and published by Dusenberry Martin Racing. The game was released in North America on September 13, 2016 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.

Does NASCAR Heat Evolution have a career mode?

Yes. NASCAR Heat Evolution has a career mode.

The game includes drivers from teams such as Childress, Ganassi, Gibbs, Hendrick, Petty, Penske, Roush, and Stewart-Haas, as well as all 23 tracks on the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule. Drivers from the 2016 NASCAR Next class, such as Todd Gilliland, Ty Majeski, Harrison Burton, and others, were included in a November update, however, they are only playable in rapid race mode.

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If it all stays on target, perhaps our wishes will come true in September 13, 2016. NASCAR Heat Evolution intends to put fans right in the middle of the door-to-door action of stock car racing, and let them experience the thrill of grabbing that checkered flag. The title is touted as dynamically adapting to a player’s skill level, whether that be rookie or a seasoned veteran of racing sims, and offers an experience as real to life as possible. The new title will follow the now expected route of including recognizable drivers and their teams. Emphasis is being put on extremely detailed tracks and environments to drive home the feeling of really being in a Nascar race. their licensing agreement carries them all the way into 2020. Having partnered with Monster Games who have created successful NASCAR titles in the past, DMR is confident that they have a clear vision of how and what to bring to the table. Already 18 months into development they feel NASCAR Heat Evolution will be well worth the wait.

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DMR has also partnered with Toyota’s NASCAR program and has created what they are referring to as a “unique video game cover competition” One of NASCAR’s biggest events is the Sprint All-Star race from Charlotte. They’ve elected to award the cover art of their game to the first Toyota driver that crosses the line in that event. This is the first of its kind competition in video game history. It will also be the first time a Toyota has ever graced the cover of a NASCAR licensed game.

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The eligible drivers were Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Denny Hamlin, Matt Kenseth, and Martin Truex Jr. Edwards ended up winning the cover driver competition with a fourth-place finish.

Current Cover Art concepts




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Once again, NASCAR Heat Evolution is scheduled for release on September 13, 2016 in North America. If you want more information head over to the official website for to get more details. If you want a more steady flow of information, head over to Twitter and follow @DMRNASCARHeat and @DMRacingGames.

I’m curious to check this title out. I have high standards when it comes to a NASCAR title. Based on who’s working on this, I don’t think I’ll be disappointed. So until it’s first green flag drops in NASCAR Heat Evolution, we are left with this little teaser. See you on the track!


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