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NASCAR Heat Evolution February DLC Announced - Includes Free Liveries

Discussion in 'NASCAR Heat Evolution' started by Paul Jeffrey, Feb 11, 2017.

  1. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
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    Dusenberry Martin Racing and Monster Games have revealed the next batch of free DLC content to be added to NASCAR Heat Evolution.

    With NASCAR Heat Evolution having made it's debut on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC back on the 13th September, the developers of the title haven't been slow to release a raft of post release content for the new game. With a mix of some interesting content and the occasionally cash grab skin pack release, it appears that for February's DLC package the studio are looking to bring a bit more content to fans without the need to part with your hard earned cash.

    In the previews released so far, the February DLC pack will contain paint schemes for no less than 14 drivers from the 2016 NASCAR racing season. Labelled up as Pit Pass 5, the new DLC will be a welcome addition to the game for fans of a series used to seeing drivers running multiple paint schemes during the course of the year. It must be noted that only players over the age of 21 will receive access to the Kevin Harvick’s Busch schemes due to alcohol licencing restrictions.

    You can see the contents of the Pit Pass 5 free DLC pack below.
    • Tony Stewart: Bass Pro Shops/Ducks Unlimited, #AlwaysRac14g
    • Kevin Harvick: Busch Light, Busch Light (Chase), Busch, Busch (Chase), Orange Busch Hunting (Chase), Busch Throwback
    • Joey Logano: Mosaic Shell-Pennzoil, AAA (Chase), Mosaic Shell-Pennzoil (Chase – Round of 16), Mosaic Shell-Pennzoil (Chase – Round of 12), Mosaic Shell-Pennzoil (Chase – Round of 8), Mosaic Shell-Pennzoil (Chase – Round of 4)
    • Chris Buescher: CSX (Chase)
    • Carl Edwards: Arris (Chase)
    • Austin Dillon: Breast Cancer Awareness/American Ethanol (Chase)
    • Chase Elliott: Mountain Dew, Kelley Blue Book
    • Landon Cassill: ThePeteStore.com
    • Michael McDowell: Thrivent Financial
    • Casey Mears: Geico Sonoma, Geico Texas
    • Paul Menard: Menards/Richmond Water Heaters, Menards/Moen, Menards/Dutch Boy
    • Regan Smith: Citizen Soldiers
    • Ryan Ellis: Dustless Blasting, Union/EJ Wade
    • Matt DiBenedetto: Texas Police, NASCAR Heat Evolution #49, JAS
    • Trevor Bayne: AdvoStrong


    Additional content to be released as part of the February DLC package will be revealed in the following days. Stay tuned to RaceDepartment for more information as and when it becomes available....

    NASCAR Heat Evolution is available to purchase today for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.

    Check out the NASCAR Heat Evolution sub forum for all the latest news and discussions regarding this title. You can take part in a selection of great online races and download some excellent community created content in our modding archive.

    How are you finding NASCAR Heat Evolution so far? Do you like the game? Looking forward to the new February DLC content? Let us know in the comments section below!
     
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  2. Pywackett-Barchetta

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    Since it's dropping the exact day before the 2017 season begins, I get the vibe this is a panicked rush to get it out the door while they still have all the licenses. But that doesn't stop it from being a very welcome addition.

    Heat Evolution was an alright game during the 2016 season; I get the feeling it'd be even more enjoyable now that the 2017 Cup is going in a way different direction. Now it's nostalgic!
     
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