On Friday NASCAR Heat Evolution developers Dusenberry Martin Racing and Monster Games released a second patch for the Xbox One version of the game, bringing with it several fixes to some outstanding issues experienced by console players. The latest patch, as can be seen below, brings with it a number of fixes and improvements to the title, not least of which are several improvements to the online experience and various substantial AI enhancements on several of the tracks in game. NASCAR Heat Evolution has received a rather mixed reception since its release on the 12th September, with a generally disappointing experience greeting long suffering fans who have been awaiting a solid replacement for the once legendary NASCAR Racing 2003 game. With patches coming out on a fairly regular basis, perhaps all is not yet lost for the game... it will be an interesting experience to see how development continues over the coming weeks. The full patch 2 changelog for Xbox One can be seen below: MPH and gear added to cockpit dash RPM display fixed for non-restrictor plate tracks Significant improvements to multiplayer interpolation issues Fixed many multiplayer synchronization issues Added the ability to change events in multiplayer races Martinsville wall riding no longer beneficial Wall collision improvements at Atlanta, Bristol, and Darlington Improved the driving feel at the following tracks: Autoclub / Charlotte / Chicago / Darlington / Daytona / New Hampshire Significantly improved the AI pitting entrance/exit behavior at the following tracks: Charlotte / Chicago / Indianapolis / Las Vegas / Phoenix / Pocono Improved the AI driving behavior at the following tracks: Darlington / Indianapolis / Phoenix / Pocono / Richmond / Texas Fixed Chase Bonus Point calculation issue Display penalty message when the player has earned a penalty (ex: at Watkins Glen) Adjusted the Turn 1 penalty wall at Watkins Glen Trophies Added - New Hampshire 301 / Pennsylvania 400 Check out the NASCAR Heat Evolution sub forum here at RaceDepartment for more of the news and discussion regarding the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version of the game. How are you finding the NASCAR Heat Evolution experience on Xbox One? Does the patch bring a noticeable improvement? Are you happy with the game so far? Let us know in the comments section below!