NASCAR Heat Evolution Will Feature 40-Player Online Lobbies

Gaming 4 August 9, 2016 by

The new Developer Diary video from Monster Games contains more details regarding NASCAR Heat Evolution, the upcoming racing game scheduled for release on September 13 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. From the previous Developer Diary video we learned about  priorities the developer has set to offer a completely new experience to fans of the popular auto-racing event. Today we get to inspect details regarding the gameplay itself.

According to the developers, the game will allow you to engage in various career modes and enhance the NASCAR experience as you desire. The option to start from scratch and hunt down better sponsors to acquire more money is a verified method, and there is no doubt it will be popular in this game as well. If playing as an existing driver isn’t your cup of tea, there’s a Driver Creator that’s sure to attract a significant number of players.

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Probably the most notable news is that the game will support up to 40 players online. How is this going to work in a technical sense is something we’ll probably hear about soon. Another interesting detail is that three online lobby types will be at the players’ disposal: No Rules (for casual players), Normal (for more simulation-oriented crowd) and Hosted (in-depth customization of your races).

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