704Games don't hang about when it comes to DLC content, check out the October 2017 DLC drop details revealed earlier today... NASCAR Heat 2 was made available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC back on the 14th September and since then the newly retitled 704Games have been hard at work producing plenty of post release content for an audience that remains fiercely loyal to the authenticity of the most prominent auto racing series in North America. Now don't get me wrong, 704 are still updating the core game software alongside popping our DLC releases on a regular basis, as can be evidenced by the very first patch deployed just last Friday, however it does feel slightly jarring to see so much DLC in such a short space of time when the game is still pretty much fresh off the production line. Strategy gripes aside, let us have a look at the next offering coming from the American developers... October Jumbo Pass DLC Details The upcoming DLC will retail for $9.99 or included as part of the 2017 Hot Pass. Containing 41 throwback paint schemes from all three NASCAR National Series, three new Challenges, and new Spotter Audio. Included in the September Jumbo Expansion Pack are 40 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series paint schemes and 8 NASCAR XFINITY Series paint schemes. Highlights of this pack include many of the patriotic paint schemes that ran during the 2017 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway and Kevin Harvick’s paint scheme from the Toyota Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway. Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Jamie McMurray, McDonald’s Throwback Brad Keselowski, Brad K Throwback (For players under the age of 21) Austin Dillon, American Ethanol Throwback Kasey Kahne, Great Clips Throwback Trevor Bayne, Advocare Throwback Denny Hamlin, Sport Clips Throwback Ty Dillon, Geico/Smokey’s Garage Throwback Clint Bowyer, Carolina Ford Dealers Throwback Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Fifth Third Bank Throwback Matt Kenseth, Circle K Throwback Ryan Blaney, Motorcraft Throwback Joey Logano, Shell Pennzoil Throwback Chase Elliott, NAPA Throwback Ryan Newman, CAT Throwback Landon Cassill, Love’s Throwback Chris Buescher, Cheerios Throwback David Ragan, Camping World Throwback Kyle Larson, Credit One Throwback Aric Almirola, STP Throwback AJ Allmendinger, Kroger Click List Throwback Jimmie Johnson, Lowe’s Throwback Cody Ware, Pray For Texas Throwback Cole Whitt, Ted Whitt Plumbing Throwback Erik Jones, 5 Hour Energy Martin Truex Jr, Bass Pro Shops Throwback Dale Earnhardt Jr, Nationwide Throwback Michael McDowell, WRL Throwback NASCAR XFINITY Series Cole Custer, Haas Automation Throwback Elliott Sadler, Armour Throwback Justin Allgaier, Brandt Throwback William Byron, Liberty Throwback Blake Koch, LeafFilter Throwback Ryan Reed, Lilly Diabetes Throwback Erik Jones, Resers MSB Throwback Dylan Lupton, NutUp Throwback Dakoda Armstrong, JGL Racing Throwback Kevin Harvick, Hunt Brothers Pizza Throwback Jeremy Clements, Repairable Vehicles Throwback NASCAR Camping World Series John Hunter Nemechek, Fire Alarm Services Throwback Austin Cindric, Draw-Tite Throwback Chase Briscoe, Cooper Standard Throwback Challengers and Spotter Audio Also included in the October Jumbo Pack are 3 new Challenges featuring Denny Hamlin, Jeremy Clements, and Ben Rhodes as well as new Spotter Audio from MRN announcer Alex Hayden! October Value Pack ($4.99 or included in Hot Pass) The October Value Pack has 13 new schemes across the 3 NASCAR series. Highlights include Chase Elliott’s Hooters scheme and Ryan Blaney’s Omnicraft scheme! Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Jamie McMurray, Credit One/Cessna (Las Vegas) Brad Keselowski, Wurth (Auto Club) Kasey Kahne, Great Clips (Phoenix) Ryan Blaney, Omnicraft (Michigan) Clint Bowyer, Rush Trucks (Auto Club) Joey Logano, AAA SC (Auto Club) Chase Elliott, Hooters (Talladega) NASCAR XFINITY Series Elliott Sadler, Armour 150 Years (Bristol) Justin Allgaier, Cheney Brothers (Bristol) Aric Almirola, DenBeste Water Solutions (Las Vegas) NASCAR Camping World Truck Series John Hunter Nemechek, DAB Constructors (Martinsville) Austin Cindric, LTi Printing (Martinsville) Ross Chastain, Rugged Cross (Atlanta) October Toyota Pack (Free) Through our partnership with Toyota, fans will receive a free Toyota DLC pack each month. This month, players will receive 15 free schemes and 1 new NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Challenge from Matt Crafton! Highlights include Kyle Busch’s Interstate Batteries paint scheme and Christopher Bell’s SiriusXM paint scheme. Paint Schemes Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Denny Hamlin, FedEx Freight (Phoenix) Kyle Busch, Skittles (Phoenix) Kyle Busch, Interstate Batteries (Auto Club) Daniel Suarez, Arris (Martinsville) Matt Kenseth, BlueDEF (Las Vegas) Erik Jones, Sport Clips (Bristol) Erik Jones, Toyota Care (Talladega) Martin Truex Jr., Wix Filters (Loudon) Corey Lajoie, Bubba Burger (Auto Club) NASCAR XFINITY Series Daniel Suarez, Subway (Dover) Daniel Suarez, Interstate Batteries (Daytona) Dylan Lupton, JGL Young Guns (Atlanta) NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Christopher Bell, SiriusXM (Kansas) Cody Coughlin, JEGS (Atlanta) Grant Enfinger, Champion (Charlotte) Gamestop Pack (Free) We’re excited to partner with our friends at GameStop and offer players 2 new paint schemes for free! Race as Erik Jones’s NASCAR XFINITY Series #20 GameStop GAEMS scheme from Texas Motor Speedway and the GameStop TurtleBeach scheme from Daytona International Speedway. NASCAR Heat 2 is available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC now. If you are enjoying NASCAR Heat 2 (or just curious about the new game) then head over to our NASCAR Heat 2 sub forum. A place on the internet to discuss the game, download the mods and have your say with your fellow NASCAR Heat 2 fans! Looking forward to the October DLC? Happy with the DLC policy of 704Games? Let us know in the comments section below!