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NASCAR Heat 3 2019 Season Update Available Now, Full Details Here

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NASCAR Heat 3 2019 Season Update Available Now, Full Details Here

The 2019 Season Update for NASCAR Heat 3 is scheduled to arrive on February 12, just ahead of the Daytona 500. The season update will cost $9.99 on the PlayStation Store, Xbox Store, and Steam. Fans that purchase the update will get new drivers, updated driver roster and race teams, new 2019 paint schemes and the new 2019 Ford Mustang.

UPDATE: (2-12) The NASCAR Heat 3 2019 Season Update is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC/Steam.

Like previous Season Updates, players will choose between the 2018 and 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Seasons. In the 2019 Season, NASCAR Heat 3 players can race in the following modes; Quick Race, Championship, Split Screen, Career, and, for the first time in a Season Update, Online.

Online racing in the 2019 Season Update is limited to other players who also own the 2019 Season Update. As a result, 2018 and 2019 cars cannot run on a track at the same time in NASCAR Heat 3 and this is due to licensing rules. In addition, players can still race online in the 2018 portion of the game.

For Career mode in the NASCAR Heat 3 2019 Season Update, players will begin in the Xtreme Dirt Tour, then move on to the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and work their way into the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series. After that, players will head to the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Further, players can also customize the 2019 Ford Mustang in the car customization menu. Finally, 2018 Career progress mode will be kept.

2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Roster

  • #00, Landon Cassill, StarCom Fiber
  • #1, Kurt Busch, Monster Energy
  • #2, Brad Keselowski, Discount Tire
  • #3, Austin Dillon, DOW RCR 50th Anniversary
  • #4, Kevin Harvick, Hunt Brothers Pizza
  • #6, Ryan Newman, Oscar Mayer
  • #8, Daniel Hemric, Bass Pro / CAT RCR 50th Anniversary
  • #9, Chase Elliott, NAPA Auto Parts
  • #10, Aric Almirola, Smithfield
  • #11, Denny Hamlin, FedEx
  • #12, Ryan Blaney, PPG Paints
  • #13, Ty Dillon, Geico
  • #14, Clint Bowyer, Rush Truck Centers
  • #15, Ross Chastain, Premium Motorsports
  • #17, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Fastenal
  • #18, Kyle Busch, M&M’s Core
  • #19, Martin Truex, Jr., Auto Owners Insurance
  • #20, Erik Jones, DeWalt
  • #21, Paul Menard, Motorcraft / Quicklane
  • #22, Joey Logano, Shell / Pennzoil
  • #24, William Byron, Liberty University
  • #32, Corey LaJoie, Schluter Systems
  • #34, Michael McDowell, Love’s / Speedco
  • #37, Chris Buescher, Kleenex Wet Wipes
  • #38, David Ragan, Shriner’s Hospital
  • #38, Hailie Deegan, Monster Energy
  • #40, Jamie McMurray, McDonalds
  • #41, Daniel Suarez, Haas Automation
  • #42, Kyle Larson, Credit One
  • #43, Darrell Wallace Jr., World Wide Technology
  • #47, Ryan Preece, Kroger
  • #48, Jimmie Johnson, Ally Financial
  • #51, Cody Ware, Jacob Companies
  • #55, Reed Sorenson, Premium Motorsports
  • #62, Brendan Gaughan, South Point / Beard Oil
  • #66, Joey Gase, Eternal Fans
  • #71, Ryan Truex, Captain D’s
  • #88, Alex Bowman, Nationwide
  • #95, Matt DiBenedetto, Procore
  • #96, Parker Kligerman, Gaunt Brothers Racing

 

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