NASCAR Heat 2 have revealed a rather dubious looking gameplay trailer from the dirt oval portion of the new game, leaving plenty of question marks about the new content. Obviously not simulated to the same level of detail as has been undertaken by iRacing.com in their recent dirt oval implementation, the inclusion of loose surface racing in the NASCAR Heat franchise is something new for the 2017 variation of the game, and it will be interesting to see how the developers have looked to implement the track conditions in Heat 2. From the new gameplay trailer below, it looks to me like dirt oval racing maybe has a bit more grip than one would ideally expect, however in all honesty I'm from the UK and know practically nothing of dirt oval racing, so I could quite easily be wide of the mark with my opinions on this one. Check out the trailer for yourself below: We know that dynamic racing surfaces won't be included in the game, so don't expect a groove or dirt shoulder to appear anytime soon, however does the grip level and way the car reacts with the surface of the track look right to you? I'm not 100% convinced about it from looking at the above video, it very much appears that dirt racing in NASCAR Heat 2 will be more centred around an arcade experience than anything too detailed and simulation orientated. With only one loose surface track on the schedule, I suppose having a detailed racing surface hasn't been too high on the list of priorities for the developers and shouldn't have too much of a negative impact on the overall gameplay experience. NASCAR Heat 2 will release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC September 12th 2017. Want to know more about NASCAR Heat 2? Need to kill some time whilst we await a release? Fear not, you can always hang out in the NASCAR Heat 2 sub forum and get involved with the community, we even plan on having a mods and online racing section post release too! Do you like the look of dirt oval racing in NASCAR Heat 2? Does it look like the developers have accurately simulated the experience of racing on loose surfaces in the game? Let us know in the comments section below.