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NASCAR Heat Evolution

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Race as your favorite NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers across all 23 licensed NASCAR tracks in stunning HD with incredibly detailed environments.
Get ready for the most fun you’ve had with a NASCAR game in years! Whether you’re a casual racer or die-hard sim fan, NASCAR Heat Evolution will adjust to your skill level with a brand new AI and Speed Rating system that applies the right amount of challenge for you.
In addition to quick play races you can build your own team from the ground up, and race your way to the Sprint Cup Championship in Career mode. Plus, Championship mode allows you to compete in modified NASCAR season schedules, including the option to jump straight into the final 10 races of NASCAR’s Chase for the Cup playoff. Plus, you asked for them and we listened… Challenges are back! Relive or rewrite this season’s most memorable moments as the drivers who lived them.

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DMi, Inc
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Monster Games
Publisher
Dusenberry Martin Racing
Age rating
0+ Everyone
Website
http://www.nascarheat.com/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: 64bit Versions of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 530 or AMD FX 4100
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 460 or AMD HD 5870
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard
  • Additional Notes: Supported Graphics Cards: 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
Recommended:
  • 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
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Last Modified: Aug 5, 2020

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Endurance Champion
Win a 100% length race.
12.50%
Points Collector
Earn 100,000 speed points.
12.50%
Veteran
Race 50 races.
12.50%
Career Veteran
Finish a 2nd season in Career.
12.50%
Established Competitor
Win a race in Career.
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NASCAR Heat Evolution reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
After Nascar's 2015 Victory Edition (Steam) and its Predecessors (on PS3) were a bitter Disappointment to me, I've been eager for Nascar Heat Evolution since the Announcement. At first, I was mildly shocked that DMR Opts for a Release price of EUR 54.99. My first Laps in the Game leave me slightly divided, but my Overall conclusion is positive:-Game runs stable (with me) (finally no more resolution bug ^ ^) *-Driver's Field does not drive as on Rails, motivational Pulls rides with two/ Multifight-Career has a motivating effect, BUT I lack a few More Options-AI is aggressive (in the Sense of challenging), but not over-aggressive (there are small shortcomations, see negative point) Neutral:-Driving Sensation is good, even rather arcadelatic-Graphics are Contended, but rather low-detail (games with Max settings)-Name in Career mode corresponds to the Steam User name. I have not found any Customization options to the Name so far. -Save during a Race and during the Race Weekend (at Least in Career mode) Not possible (devastating, but at 100% race length sometimes desirable) Negative:-Speed feeling Could come across better, seems rather leisurely- Optical Drivers sometimes like to ram (seem to ignore one, at least in Training) Conclusion: For me the best Nascar game of the 2010er+ years (which is not difficult with Regard to the Eutechnyx nascars-games like iRacing sometimes Disregard Left). Whoever calls one of the old Nascars (from Papyrus/EA) his Own and still gets them running today is probably better catered for with them. Buy Recommendation: Yes. But for the Full Price of 50 EUR +, only hard-partying Fans should access. * For Info my System Data: Geforce GTX980 Ti, Intel Core i-7 6700 K, 16 GB RAM, Win 10
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I rate the Game as positive. First of all, I can't quite understand some Reviews. I feel like some never played the Game. The Graphics are good to very good In full Detail even if, for example, Project Cars does not quite get there. What is not so beautiful are the Smoke Textures that look anything but Temporal, otherwise the Textures are coherent and sharp. The Driving Sensation is rather arcade-heavy, however, conveys a good driving sensation. In Simulation Mode, however, vehicle Control Is more difficult to handle, i.e. cars break out, etc. However, this Mode is by no means modeled after a real Simulation and is still rather arcade-heavy. What has succeeded very well is driving in The Pulk. The AI cleverly exploits gaps and is also not too aggressive, but punishes silly driving Mistakes freezing cold, therefore always listening closely to the Spotter and it funnels, as in the right Nascar race. I find that the Nascar series with this Game has definitely taken a Step in the right Direction, compared to the Predecessors. Anyone who is a Nascar fan, I can recommend this Game, everyone else can like to risk a Look if the Majority of oval Races go in Order. What should be improved for the upcoming Title is:-The Engine Sound, it is with the most important in a Racing Game. Even if the Sound has been changed again after an Update and therefore sounds better, it is not a Highlight. LIebe Developer listens to a Nascar once in Live, the Engine Sound is caged and full, not so in the Game, here the Engine Sound sounds like a tuned Lawnmower with Nascar Sound approaches. A lot of Atmosphere is lost here. Unfortunately, there is also a need for more wind noise when driving close to the Band as well as Braking Noises of the Steel discs. -The Crashes are too exaggerated (Cars take off far too easily (which can almost always be prevented with the Introduction of the Roof Flap) The Cars also overlap far too often). In general, a more realistic Damage Model would be welcome. -Pit Stops with complete Control would also be better for the Overall Structure. -German Language would also be nice. Spotter alternatively German or English adjustable
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