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NASCAR Heat Evolution December Update Released

Discussion in 'NASCAR Heat Evolution' started by Paul Jeffrey, Dec 13, 2016.

  1. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
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    DMR and Monster Games have released their December DLC pack for the NASCAR Heat Evolution racing game on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

    The December DLC package contains a number of new and updated skins for the game, reflecting the often confusion tendencies of the real world NASCAR teams to chop and change their sponsor and paint scheme designs as the NASCAR season progresses. As an added bonus to the usual paid DLC items, the December pack also contains two free Brad Keselowski Miller Lite paint schemes for players over the age of 21. Xbox One and PC players will automatically receive the download whilst PS4 gamers will need to pick up the skins in the PlayStation store.

    The full December DLC list can be seen below:

    Updated DLC

    • The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Paint Scheme Pack 1: Complete your Chase field with an additional 55 schemes! If you own Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Paint Scheme Pack 1 or Pit Pass 1, you’ll get these new schemes FREE! If you purchase Chase Pack 1 or Pit Pass 1 moving forward, you will receive all 71 Chase schemes.
    Additional schemes include:
    • Jimmie Johnson: Round of 12 – Lowes (Yellow 48) and Lowes ProServices, Round of 8 – Lowes (Yellow 48) and Lowes/Kobalt, Round of 4 – Lowes (Yellow 48)
    • Kyle Busch: Round of 16 – M&M’s, Round of 12 – Snickers Halloween, M&M’s and Interstate Batteries, Round of 8 – M&M’s, Round of 4 – M&M’s
    • Carl Edwards: Round of 16 – Arris Surfboard and Comcast Business, Round of 12 – Xfinity, Stanley and Subway, Round of 8 – Sport Clips and Stanley.
    • Joey Logano: Round of 12 – Pennzoil Yellow
    • Chase Elliott: Round of 16 – Mountain Dew, Round of 12 – NAPA, 3M and SunEnergy1
    • Kevin Harvick: Round of 16 – Ditech, Round of 12 – Jimmy John’s and Outback, Round of 8 – Jimmy John’s
    • Tony Stewart: Round of 16 – Rush Truck Centers and Code 3
    • Austin Dillon: Round of 16 – AAA and Pumpkin Spice Cheerios, Round of 12 – Dow/Kilz and E15/American Ethanol Pink
    • Martin Truex Jr.: Round of 12 – Furniture Row/Maaco, Furniture Row/Denver Mattress and Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
    • Brad Keselowski: Round of 12 – Wurth and Brad K
    • Denny Hamlin: Round of 16 – FedEx Freight and FedEx Ground, Round of 12 – FedEx Express, FedEx Ground and FedEx Office, Round of 8 – FedEx Freight, FedEx Ground and FedEx Office
    • Jamie McMurray: Round of 16 – Credit One
    • Matt Kenseth: Round of 16 – Dewalt/Flexvolt, Round of 12 – Dewalt/Flexvolt and Dollar General, Round of 8 – Dewalt/Flexvolt and Dollar General
    • Kurt Busch: Round of 12 – HAAS, Round of 8 – State Water Heaters and HAAS
    December DLC
    Spotter Audio
    • Ben Kennedy and his spotter Jimmy Kitchens lend a helping hand around the track. These are two separate spotter audios for the price of one! (Price: $0.99)
    Challenge Pack 4
    • 4 New challenges from Ryan Newman, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick take you to Richmond, Talladega, Charlotte and Phoenix. (Price: $0.99)
    Paint Schemes
    • Paint Scheme Pack 8: Joey Logano – AutoTrader, Martin Truex Jr. – Tanger Outlets, Ryan Blaney – SKF, Ryan Newman – Wix, Jamie McMurray – CreditOne, Ricky Stenhouse Jr – Zest, Regan Smith – Thomas the Tank Engine, Regan Smith – Advanced Auto Parts/Quaker States, Bobby Labonte – Rimrock Devlin, Michael McDowell – Rat Rods (Price: $4.99)
    • Paint Scheme Pack 9: Dale Earnhardt Jr. – Mountain Dewcision, Brad Keselowski – AutoTrader, Bobby Labonte – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Regan Smith – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, David Ragan – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Michael McDowell – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Kurt Busch – State Water Heaters, Bobby Labonte – Bentley’s Saloon, Bobby Labonte – Corvette Parts, Regan Smith – Fire Alarm Services Inc. (Price: $4.99)
    Toyota DLC
    Through our partnership with Toyota, fans will receive a free Toyota Challenge Pack and a free Toyota Paint Scheme Pack each month. Below are details for the free Toyota DLC available in December:

    • Toyota Challenge Pack 4: New Challenges from Matt Kenseth, Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards at New Hampshire, Talladega, Phoenix and Homestead-Miami. (Price: Free
    • Toyota Paint Scheme Pack 4: Kyle Busch – Pedigree Dog Food, Kyle Busch – M&M’s Core, Kyle Busch – Snickers Cripser, Kyle Busch – Interstate Batteries, Denny Hamlin – Fed Ex Freight, Matt DiBenedetto – Sewanee Tigers, Matt DiBenedetto – Vector Security, Matt DiBenedetto – Scorpyd Crossbows, David Ragan – Dr. Pepper / USA (Price: Free)
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    NASCAR Heat Evolution is available for Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 right now.

    Join in with the discussion at the NASCAR Heat Evolution sub forum here at RaceDepartment. Check out a mod or two in our downloads section or join in one of the excellent Friday Night Heat Series events. The sub forum is the place to catch up on the latest news and join in the chat with your fellow fans at RaceDepartment!

    Have you tried the new update yet? How has the game developed over time? Let us know in the comments section below!
     
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  2. Pywackett-Barchetta

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    The wealth of paint schemes (for the Toyotas and Keselowski, at least; I'm cheap) have been an interesting cosmetic change as the game goes along, and it's definitely in a better state performance-wise than at launch, but it's still really just best for quick pick-up-and-play passing of the time. The challenges are generally the most exciting part of each update to me since it means more gameplay, but they get burned through rather quickly.
     
  3. bigdaddy24

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    I think it's funny they keep putting out DLC but have not released a update on the game. I have not even played the game since the motors sound change. I know the old sound was not great but it beats what we have now,Any ways with Rfactor 2 update coming that worked stock car rules i will just wait and see how good they fixed that.
     
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