Monster Games and Dusenberry Martin Racing (DMR) announce NASCAR Heat Evolution, a game that will launch on September 13 on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The title will bet for the simulation of this competition, very popular in the US, although it will allow players to adopt a style of game more accessible alternative to the hard simulation. In addition, the game will dynamically adapt its difficulty to the player’s skill.
The game will feature drivers, teams and circuits from the competition thanks to the NASCAR licenses managed by Dusenberry Martin Racing and thanks to a deal with the competition that will run until 2020.
Ed Martin, president of DMR, has indicated that “to deliver an all-new NASCAR game experience, we assembled an all-star team of NASCAR game experts and started with a clean sheet of paper. What the DMR and Monster Games teams have come up with is going to amaze NASCAR fans.”
Richard Garcia, president of Monster Games, stressed that “we have been working on NASCAR Heat Evolution for 18 months,” and that “from day one, our goal has been to deliver a fun, engaging and realistic racing game designed for NASCAR fans.”
The cover will feature the image of a Toyota driver, but it was not decided exactly who it is going to be yet. NASCAR Heat Evolution will mark the first time Toyota or any of their eligible drivers and therefore, it might be Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Denny Hamlin, Matt Kenseth and Martin Truex Jr., who will be the face of a NASCAR video game.