NASCAR Heat Evolution on PC has received a new update, featuring lots of fixes and enhancements to the game. High on the list of highlights for the new build is the inclusion of online ghost cars for wreckers, fixes for a points bug and improved engine sounds. With a high degree of anticipation prior to the game release back in early September, NASCAR Heat Evolution has so far failed to woo players to the degree perhaps expected by the studio. With Monster Games now back behind the scenes, Evolution has proven to be a somewhat disappointing return to the NASCAR franchise. However despite initial concerns with the title, DMR and Monster have been working hard to update the game and answer many of the concerns from fans disappointed with the initial offering from the studio. Recent roadmap reveals, additional DLC launches and an admission from DMR Executive Producer Sean Wilson that Heat Evolution will form the basis for future franchise releases, it does appear that the appetite exists to develop a more polished product before sun-setting the current release in anticipation of 2017's updated game. NASCAR Heat Evolution build 1384762 update notes: Cars ghost out and are not collidable when driving backwards in Normal Lobbies. Cars ghost out and are not collidable and then are kicked mid race when driving backwards in Hosted Lobbies. Users using simulation physics can create simulation only lobbies with custom setups in Hosted Lobbies. Movie volume is now connected to SFX volume slider. Added a screen adjustment feature in Options->Visuals. Fixed issues with Chase standings not being displayed correctly, or crashing the game. Added 2016 NASCAR Next drivers (only playable in Quick Race mode). Corrected scaling of damage (improved engine damage). Improved Yellow Flags sensitivity. Superspeedway engine/car tuning (improved the RPM engine curve at superspeedways). The correct pit animation is displayed, taking into account how much fuel was remaining in the car. Speed points count up faster when earning a large number of points. Players only get speed points for laps completed. Season standings only shows the drivers in the current season. Track surface improvements at Las Vegas. Fixed crazy bump at Chicagoland. AI Improvements at Dover and Homestead. Updated logo for October Dover race. New engine sounds. NASCAR Heat Evolution is available for Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 now. Check out the NASCAR Heat Evolution sub forum for mods, news, discussions and racing action. All here at RaceDepartment. Have you tried the latest Heat Evolution update? How is the game compared to release day? Let us know in the comments section below!