Dusenberry Martin Racing and Monster Games have today made available to purchase the highly anticipated NASCAR Heat Evolution for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Heat Evolution marks the highly anticipated return of the franchise to Monster Games, the studio behind the widely acknowledged genre leading NASCAR Dirt to Daytona, Monster Games and DMR have been working on NASCAR Heat Evolution solidly for the past 12 months in an effort to satisfy the long suffering NASCAR fans with a game worthy of the highly popular American sport. NASCAR Heat Evolution launches today with a full representation of the 2016 NASCAR Xfinity Series car and track roster, boasting over 40 drivers and the 23 official NASCAR circuits, Heat Evolution is the only official NASCAR 2016 game available for console owners. Check out the various developer diaries to learn more about NASCAR Heat Evolution: Developer Diary #2 - Gameplay Developer Diary #3 - Game Modes Developer Diary #4 - Tracks Developer Diary #5 - Cars Featuring over 40 drivers, all 23 licensed NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tracks, and a variety of gameplay modes, NASCAR Heat Evolution is the first authentic NASCAR game for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. New Consoles:The first full NASCAR video game makes its debut on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. New Gameplay Engine:Rebuilt from the ground up, NASCAR Heat Evolution brings back the fun and excitement of NASCAR you know and love. New AI:Whether you’re a rookie or a trained racing veteran, the dynamic AI system adjusts to your skill level. New Tracks:Daytona has risen, Colossus is fired up at Bristol, and your other favorite tracks are ready for the 2016 season. New Damage:With the all-new damage model, Darlington Stripes have never looked better, if you earn ‘em. New Drivers:Matt DiBenedetto, Chris Buescher, and others make their NASCAR video game debut. New Online:The online gameplay system has been rebuilt to ensure fun, competitive, and fast racing. Recommended PC Specifications: OS: 64bit Versions of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 Processor: Intel Core i5 4690 or AMD FX 8320 Memory: 8 GB RAM Graphics: Nvidia GTX 980 or AMD R9 Fury DirectX: Version 11 Network: Broadband Internet connection Storage: 10 GB available space Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard Additional Notes: AMD HD5870 or better, HD6870 or better, HD7790 or better, R7 260 or better, R9 260 or better Nvidia GTX460 or better Series, GTX560 or better, GTX650Ti or better, GTX750 or better, GTX950 or better NASCAR Heat Evolution is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC, retailing at $59.99 in the US and €69.99 in Europe. Steam PC copies of the game retail for £44.99 in the UK. Although I have not yet had chance to try the game for myself, initial feedback and reviews seem less than positive by those who already have their copy. So far 35 user reviews have been logged on the Steam sales page for the game, with 14 marked as positive and the remaining 23 receiving the negative rating. Head on over to the RaceDepartment NASCAR Heat Evolution sub forum to discuss the hot topics related to this game. Have a read of the latest news and share your experiences with fellow fans as NASCAR Heat Evolution hits the shelves. Have you tried the game yet? What are your first impressions? Still sitting on the fence? Which platform did you purchase the game for? Let us know in the comments section below!