Dusenberry Martin Racing Executive Producer, Sean Wilson, has shared some further new information regarding the upcoming update for NASCAR Heat Evolution - adding to the already revealed development roadmap we wrote about on Monday. With a couple of recent patches already behind the game, it appears work is still progressing at a considerable pace as the studio line up another big update in the coming weeks. Wilson has recently revealed some additional details about some of the new goodies fans have to look forward to. The DMR Executive Producer has confirmed the test development build of Heat Evolution contains no less than 30+ updates and fixes to the current version! Final testing is currently underway, so a patch for PC and console editions of the game should be close to release. Already confirmed to be part of the next build, and especially gratifying to online players, is the inclusion of a new "ghosting" feature for drivers who circulate the wrong way around the circuit. A strangely common occurrence on public servers, wreckers who drive the wrong way are a menace to serious online gamers, amplified even more so by the lack of full course yellow functionality in the title. Sadly Wilson has again confirmed the implementation of full course yellows during online races will not be present in the current game, as "development time and risk" have been judged to be too high to guarantee a successful implementation. Wilson and the studio have, on numerous occasions, confirmed this is something that will be discussed with a view to appearing in future releases of the NASCAR Heat franchise, no doubt to the relief of many online gamers! How sensitive the ghosting option is set remains to be seen. If just aimed at those with a tendency to drive the wrong way then great, however it would be nice to see the option taking effect to damaged cars moving slowly on track and those stranded in a dangerous position. Other news from Wilson includes the soon to be added ability to use custom setups online and an option to create simulation only hosted lobbies. For console, hosts of private lobbies can change length and tyre wear between races, giving leagues the opportunity to set up shorter qualifying sessions prior to the main race events. No release date for the next update has been made available, however the studio have confirmed final testing is underway and, barring unforeseen issues, it is expected the PC build will be released first with Xbox One and PS4 updates shortly afterwards, following granting of the appropriate console specific approvals from Microsoft and Sony respectively. NASCAR Heat Evolution is available for Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 now. The NASCAR Heat Evolution sub forum at RaceDepartment offers you the perfect place to interact with fellow community members and fans of the game. We have our own modding downloads forum, cover the latest news and of course have Michael Watts excellent Xbox One NASCAR Friday Night Heat Series. Yet more news of upcoming development for NASCAR Heat Evolution, are you excited to see what the future holds for this title? Do you think NASCAR Heat Evolution can become a serious contender for best NASCAR game? What features / fixes would you most like to see adding to the game? Let us know in the comments section below!