Featured NASCAR Heat 2 2018 Season Update Now Live

Discussion in 'NASCAR Heat 2' started by Paul Jeffrey, Feb 9, 2018.

  1. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
    RaceDepartment Editor-in-Chief Staff Premium

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    NASCAR Heat 2 '2018 Season' DLC update is here, new cars, new liveries, new drivers and a new track included!

    Available to purchase as additional DLC content right now, the '2018 Season' DLC pack allows players the opportunity to chose between both the 2017 and 2018 NASCAR Monster Energy season cars and drivers. It is worth noting however that the new Charlotte Roval and the 2018 cars, drivers and liveries will only be available in Quick Race, Championship, Split Screen, and Career modes, with online multiplayer not compatible with the new content.

    2018 Season Update Highlights
    • New Drivers
    • Updated Teams & Roster
    • New 2018 Paint Schemes
    • Updated 2018 Schedule
    • New Chevrolet Camaro Model
    • New Track - Charlotte Roval
    2018 Season Update Roster - Monster Energy NASCAR only
    • Jamie McMurray, Cessna
    • Brad Keselowski, Discount Tire & Miller Lite (for players ages 21 and up) or BRAD K
    • Austin Dillon, DOW
    • Chase Cabre, Max Siegel Inc.
    • Kevin Harvick, Jimmy Johns
    • Trevor Bayne, AdvoCare
    • Chase Elliott, NAPA Auto Parts
    • Aric Almirola, Smithfield
    • Denny Hamlin, FedEx Express
    • Ryan Blaney, Menards
    • Ty Dillon, Geico
    • Clint Bowyer, Haas Automation
    • Ricky Stenhouse, Jr, Fastenal
    • Kyle Busch, M&M’s
    • Daniel Suarez, Arris
    • Erik Jones, DeWalt
    • Paul Menard, Menards
    • Joey Logano, Shell/Pennzoil
    • William Byron, Axalta
    • Ryan Newman, Caterpillar
    • Matt DiBendetto, Can-Am
    • Michael McDowell, Love’s
    • Chris Buescher, Kleenex
    • Hailie Deegan, Monster Energy
    • David Ragan, Shriners Hospital
    • Kurt Busch, Haas Automation/Monster Energy
    • Kyle Larson, Credit One
    • Darrell Wallace Jr, Click ‘n Close
    • Todd Gilliland, Pedigree
    • AJ Allmendinger, Kroger Click List
    • Jimmie Johnson, Lowe’s
    • Harrison Burton, DEX Imaging
    • Ty Majeski, Roush Fenway Racing
    • Brendan Gaughan, Beard Oil Distributing
    • Carl Long, CrashClaimsRUs
    • Cole Whitt, RTIC Coolers
    • Martin Truex Jr, Bass Pro Shops/5 Hour Energy
    • Alex Bowman, Nationwide Insurance
    • Kasey Kahne, Procore
    • DJ Kennington, LORDCO/Castrol
    NASCAR Heat 2 is available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC now.

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    Last edited: Feb 9, 2018
  2. Patrik Marek

    Patrik Marek

    is this one any good ?
    i'm not the biggest fan of Nascar, but if there was a properly done game about it, I would be interested to try it out

    how does it compare to iRacing oval experience?
  3. anton_Chez


    I'm curious of this too....
  4. Ruy Horta

    Ruy Horta

    The game is simcade, if you are not expecting a full blown sim racer you may end up having fun on the ovals. The road tracks are somewhat weaker in terms of handling and ai. As for the 2018 season, the publishers did a pretty nice thing. Instead of a cut and paste Heat 3 we get the Monster Energy 2018 championship as an affordable dlc.

    Must say that took away some of the bad taste of the previous game and I am looking forward to their further development.

    My main advice, race at 100+ ai and at least 13% races, better yet 25%, because the short races do not show the true potential for fun racing.
  5. ShadeTree_Alex


    I agree with Ruy Horta. If you just want to jump in and drive, it's great.
    If you like to tweak the car's settings and work the garage, it's not there.
    It does have great Career and Championships.
  6. Matt Beers

    Matt Beers

    Not even simcade I’d say 75%arcade 25% sim. It’s fun but needs better physics heat 3 should be good.
  7. Darreneames


    I live in Australia and can't seem to be able to buy any DLC on Xbox One. Even in the game the store is empty. Any ideas? Can i buy if i log in to USA store?
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