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NASCAR Heat 2 October DLC Arrives on October 24, Full Details Here

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NASCAR Heat 2 October DLC Arrives on October 24, Full Details Here

704Games has just revealed the details for the upcoming NASCAR Heat 2 October DLC, scheduled to arrive for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam on October 24. It includes over 70 paint schemes, 4 new Challenges, and new Spotter Audio.

OCTOBER JUMBO EXPANSION PACK ($9.99/INCLUDED WITH THE 2017 HOT PASS)

NASCAR Heat 2’s October Jumbo Expansion Pack includes 41 throwback paint schemes from all 3 NASCAR National Series, 3 new Challenges, and new Spotter Audio!

PAINT SCHEMES

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
  • 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

CHALLENGES & SPOTTER AUDIO

Also included in the October Jumbo Pack are 3 new Challenges featuring Denny Hamlin, Justin Clements, and Ben Rhodes as well as new Spotter Audio from MRN announcer Alex Hayden!

OCTOBER VALUE PACK ($4.99/INCLUDED WITH THE 2017 HOT PASS)

Our 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.

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  1. NH 2 is a fine game, far better than NH: Evolution. But I can't think of another publisher/developer nickel-and-diming its customers worse than the tandem that produced NH 2.
    $10 for paint jobs and a different spotter voice? REALLY?
    I'm happy to pay $10-15 for DLC that includes vintage stock cars or the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. I'd pay that much to get a collection of classic tracks, such as North Wilkesboro, Rockingham, Myrtle Beach, Mesa Marin and South Boston.
    But $10 for paint jobs? That's theft. Shame, shame, shame.
    pk500
    NH 2 is a fine game, far better than NH: Evolution. But I can't think of another publisher/developer nickel-and-diming its customers worse than the tandem that produced NH 2.
    $10 for paint jobs and a different spotter voice? REALLY?
    I'm happy to pay $10-15 for DLC that includes vintage stock cars or the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. I'd pay that much to get a collection of classic tracks, such as North Wilkesboro, Rockingham, Myrtle Beach, Mesa Marin and South Boston.
    But $10 for paint jobs? That's theft. Shame, shame, shame.

    I'd pay 10 bucks for a Legend drivers pack, but I'll never pay ANY cash for paint schemes...sorry :y9:
    Pretty weak list too really. Correct me if I’m wrong, but aren’t they all Toyota cars too? Meh...
    Is there no spotter voice in this pack? It wasn’t mentioned above
    Also... where’s the new paint booth scheme and logos? That’s what I want to see. There’s already more paint schemes in the game than I’ll ever use
    Give us the option to buy something useful at least.
    That being said. Yeah. The price for what you’re getting is a bit much. But they did last year release an awful lot of schemes. You’re better to buy the season pass or whatever they call it. But,asi said. At some point t, likely for everyone there’s a such thing as too many paint schemes. Last year it didn’t bother me because it was only the cup series and not many extras shipped with the game. This year we have three series and extra schemes that shipped with the game. So don’t get me wrong I appreciate it... but the cost is too much because the value just isn’t there. I need something more useful.
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    There are a bunch of cars listed above that aren't Toyota - new challenges and a spotter pack as well will be available.
    I purchased the season pass so thankfully it's all paid for - but I understand people's frustration with the price tag.
    Yeah, I just don't 'see' most of these paint schemes in the course of my career - it's just red or white or blue or green zipping by me. And it's kinda tough to control the replays, actually, too.
    It'd be nice if when you take on a car you got the option to pick your paint before the race - does that happen if you take a ride with multiple options? Also, it'd be REALLY nice if when you took over a # that the name on the back window changed or disappeared... kinda ruins the fun when it's someone else's name on your car. It's one of the reasons I run custom when I can.
    Really hoping they add some custom paint booth logos and options. That's sorta why I bought the DLC.
    I agree. $10 for a few new paint jobs, those should be free updates. NBA 2K has All time Teams for all 30 teams and a ton of All-Time Great teams all included in the game.
    I would like if they would add retired drivers like Jeff Burton, J Gordon and others though.
    Proof21
    There are a bunch of cars listed above that aren't Toyota - new challenges and a spotter pack as well will be available.
    I purchased the season pass so thankfully it's all paid for - but I understand people's frustration with the price tag.

    The original list with this post wasn't what it is now.
    I think that's quite alot of content for the $10 now seeing everything that's in it.
    However, that being said, the usefulness of the content isn't that huge still.
    I already bought the season pass. But I’m starting to wonder why. Do any of the alternate schemes show up in career mode? I’m just starting year 3, so I just got my first full-time Cup ride. I took over the 24 with full intention on running the Hooters car, (I know it’s not out yet) but can’t find anywhere to run different schemes in career. Also, I’ve only run “hot seat” Cup races so far, and the lower series’ alternate schemes are so few I probably wouldn’t recognize them anyway, but do the AI cars ever run alternate schemes? I sure can’t recall seeing any. If alternate paint schemes aren’t included in career mode at all, then what’s the point? I never race online. And I never do quick races unless my buddy is over and we’re pounding a few beers, in which case we just alternate between the Miller, Busch, and Natty cars anyway. Hot pass is 100% a waste of money if alternate paint schemes are never used in career. 👎🏻
    Proof21
    They run at the tracks they were ran at in real life - I think it's disappointing - I wish we could select any scheme at any track.

    Yeah, I'm regretting the DLC as well. The alt schemes are very nice but as far as actual in career gameplay I'm going to see them for a zoom second, at best, and then that is that.
    A few ways I'd like to see the DLC's improve:
    1.) alt schemes are nice but we need to be able to see them - improve the pre-race so we can see them, make a big deal out of a driver running an alt scheme, and improve the replay so we can take a look after the race. Replay is clunky.
    2.) Allow us to take on a car and have access to all the schemes for that car on any race. As well, we have to get rid of the other driver's name on the back window - many of us stare at the back window every race, all race... and it says someone else's name. Real immersion killer.
    3.) Better yet, allow users access to all the car schemes in the custom shop. If we want to be the new driver of the STP car, let us have it with our number. Once we claim it, it's ours until we change scheme.
    4.) Give us some more base templates in custom car, and WAY more sponsors... and by way more I mean any that are in the game we should be able to utilize in custom car. And let us put on a lot more sponsors, too.
    5.) Other DLC content could be things like Momentum or engineering tweaks or in game tweaks like, I dunno, you have a perfect pit chip and you can cash it in sometime when you want, or a speed boost you can use during qualifying somewhere along the line, or a 'peace' card you can use to cool off a rival, or a 'lucky break' that we can use to move up a few spots after qualifying or play on an opponent so they qualify poorly in a big race. Give us some tweaks and strategy pieces to play along the way.
    They've done a beautiful job with the car art, but we don't have many ways to interact and enjoy the art. I mean, I paid $30 for DLC and it came out today and my career mode is basically unchanged right now. There's no value added. My gaming experience today is going to be basically the exact same as it was last night.
    Completely disagree with No. 5 on your DLC wishlist. Can't stand "loot box" DLC shortcuts to success in any game. Earn progress, don't buy it.
    I'm also not a fan of Mods in Forza, either. Cheap parlor tricks. Learn to drive. Learn to tune. Learn to race.
    Paint jobs NEVER should form the basis of racing game DLC. That's nothing more than theft by the developers.
    Meaningful DLC for NASCAR Heat 2 would include classic tracks such as South Boston, Mesa Marin, Rockingham and North Wilkesboro, and classic drivers and cars through the eras. Those are the only things worth the money.
    Rant over! :)
    pk500
    Completely disagree with No. 5 on your DLC wishlist. Can't stand "loot box" DLC shortcuts to success in any game. Earn progress, don't buy it.
    I'm also not a fan of Mods in Forza, either. Cheap parlor tricks. Learn to drive. Learn to tune. Learn to race.
    Paint jobs NEVER should form the basis of racing game DLC. That's nothing more than theft by the developers.
    Meaningful DLC for NASCAR Heat 2 would include classic tracks such as South Boston, Mesa Marin, Rockingham and North Wilkesboro, and classic drivers and cars through the eras. Those are the only things worth the money.
    Rant over! :)

    Then don't use it. But maybe somebody else will find value with that as content. I don't use those items in FIFA, but I know they're available and some people might like them.
    All this 'earn it' type of talk is always a headscratcher for me. There's a ton of gamers with more money than time - offline modes are for everyone to interact and enjoy their game, their way. As a community we should want more, even when it's not for us. I could understand having an issue with prioritizing thses kinds of additions - but to ask developers not to include something b/c we won't use it, or we have a different philosophy of gaming... I don't get that. If some ten year old noob wants a pass to pole position or some 50 yr old construction worker who only has time to play for a half hour a week wants a shortcut - their offline experience doesn't impact you. Let em' play their game. What's the old adage, "You don't give a kid a toy and then tell em' how to play with it."
    Hmm... doesn't seem to be working for me. Had to go get it manually from the store and I thought I installed it, and it says I installed it, but the content isn't there.
    mcavner
    Hmm... doesn't seem to be working for me. Had to go get it manually from the store and I thought I installed it, and it says I installed it, but the content isn't there.

    Per twitter, they know of the issue and are working on it.

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