Car racing game fans now have now another reason to be happy: The first ever NASCAR game for Xbox One will release this fall. NASCAR Heat Evolution is the first game in the Heat series since 2002 and packs 23 licensed NASCAR tracks all in stunning HD.
Detailed images will unfold before your eyes as you drive at full speed, taking the driving experience to the next level.
The new game will feature all of the top drivers, teams, and incredibly detailed tracks and environments, giving fans the opportunity to feel what it is like to be a racing legend.
It does not matter if you’re a beginner or an experienced driver as the game will adjust to your skill level thanks to the new AI and Speed Rating system that applies the right difficulty level for you. In this manner, the game also gradually trains you to become a better driver.
The well-known pick-up-and-place races and Career Mode are available alongside the new Chase mode that allows you to experience the final 10 races of the NASCAR season as you compete for the prestigious Sprint Cup. The difficulty level will increase during these races, but you’ll be able to finish the race thanks to the training you undergo.
NASCAR Heat Evolution for Xbox One is developed by the original Heat team, a guarantee of the game’s quality for fans.
Our company is a team of highly skilled gaming vertans with a proven record of success in NASCAR game development and publishing. Our commitment to the NASCAR community is to consistently deliver fun, engaging and high-quality NASCAR games to the market.
If you can’t wait until September 13, you can try out another incredible car racing game on your Xbox One: Forza Motorsport 6: Apex, a worthy choice considering rumors suggest that Nascar racing is coming to Forza Motorsport 6. If these rumors prove to be true, NASCAR Heat Evolution will have some competition.
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