With its release just a few weeks away, 704 Games has passed along some brand new screenshots of NASCAR Heat 5 for Sports Gamers Online to unveil.
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In the shots you get the first look at the trucks in this year’s game at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, the Xfinity Series at Road America, and the new look cars for drivers loike Clint Bower, Brad Keselowski, Martin Truex Jr., and more.
NASCAR Heat 5 will feature deeper stat tracking, improved AI, player DNFs, and two brand new modes. You can see the new feature list below:
Career Mode – Progress through the feeder series (Xtreme Dirt, Gander Trucks and Xfinity Series) to reach the NASCAR Cup Series or jump right in and start at the top.
Improved Stats – Track your progress through the Career with more detailed and improved statistics offering far more insight.
Gameplay Enhancements – Improved AI, more player camera options and DNFs.
Brand-new Testing Mode – Perfect your racing lines and experiment to find the best car setup for each track.
Challenge Mode – Brand-new Online Challenge Mode gives you unique race scenarios to complete with a variety of gameplay.
Official Tracks – 34 officially licensed tracks for you to race on across the various series, including Daytona International Speedway, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway, plus five fictional dirt tracks.
Multiplayer – Race online with up to 40 players or enjoy local split-screen multiplayer with a friend.
Esports Support – Take part in the eNASCAR Heat Pro League qualifiers for a chance to race for a real-life NASCAR team.
Exclusive Content – Tony Stewart Gold Edition features an exclusive selection of his cars and spotter audio.
Paint Booth – Even more enhancements, including new number fonts and schemes.
NASCAR Heat 5 launches July 10 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam. Those who preoder the game’s Gold Edition get the game three days earlier on July 7.
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