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NASCAR Heat 4 October Pack Available Now - Trailer, Screenshots & Full Details Here

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NASCAR Heat 4 October Pack Available Now - Trailer, Screenshots & Full Details Here

The NASCAR Heat 4 DLC for October arrives tomorrow for $12.99, on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam. If you have the NASCAR Heat 4 Season Pass, the DLC pack is included.

UPDATE: (10-17) It’s available now.

The NASCAR Heat 4 October Pack includes 39 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series paint schemes, 10 NASCAR Xfinity Series paint schemes, and 10 NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series paint schemes. Also included are 3 brand new Challenges.

Check out the details below.

NASCAR HEAT PAINT SCHEMES

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

  • Landon Cassill Mane N Tail
  • Kurt Busch Chevrolet Accessories Throwback
  • Brad Keselowski BRAD K Throwback
  • Brad Keselowski BRAD K Patriotic
  • Austin Dillon American Ethanol Throwback
  • Ryan Newman Oscar Mayer Throwback
  • Daniel Hemric Caterpillar Throwback
  • Chase Elliott NAPA Throwback
  • Chase Elliott NAPA Filters
  • Aric Almirola Smithfield Throwback
  • Denny Hamlin FedEx Racing Throwback
  • Ryan Blaney Pennzoil / Menards Throwback
  • Ryan Blaney Dent Wizard
  • Clint Bowyer Rush Truck Centers Throwback
  • Clint Bowyer Toco Warranty
  • Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Roush DW Tribute
  • Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Little Hugs Fruit Barrels

  • Kyle Busch Snickers Throwback
  • Martin Truex, Jr. Bass Pro Shops Throwback
  • Erik Jones Sport Clips Throwback*
  • Paul Menard Motorcraft Throwback
  • Joey Logano Shell Pennzoil Throwback
  • William Byron Autoguard Throwback
  • Corey LaJoie Keen Parts Throwback
  • Michael McDowell Dockside Logistics Throwback*
  • Matt Tifft TEI Motorsports Throwback*
  • Chris Buescher Fast Lane to Flavor*
  • Chris Buescher Tide Pods
  • David Ragan Shriner’s Hospital Throwback*
  • Daniel Suarez Haas Automation Throwback
  • Kyle Larson Clover Throwback
  • Darrell Wallace Jr. Victory Junction Throwback
  • Darrell Wallace Jr. Victory Junction
  • Darrell Wallace Jr. Air Force Warthog
  • Ryan Preece Kroger Throwback
  • Jimmie Johnson Ally Throwback
  • Alex Bowman Axalta Throwback
  • Matt DiBenedetto Toyota Throwback
  • Matt DiBenedetto Toyota Express Maintenance

NASCAR Xfinity Series

  • Cole Custer Production Alliance Throwback
  • Michael Annett Baby Ruth Throwback
  • Tyler Reddick TAME THE BEAST
  • Justin Allgaier Armour Sausage Throwback
  • Noah Gragson Switch Patriotic
  • Justin Haley Raybestos Throwback Brandon
  • Jones Juniper Networks
  • Jeremy Clements Repairable Vehicles Throwback
  • Brandon Brown BrandonBilt Throwback
  • Chase Briscoe Ford Throwback

NASCAR Xfinity SeriesNASCAR Camping World Truck Series

  • Jordan Anderson Sefton
  • Jordan Anderson Bommarito Black
  • Todd Gilliland Mobil 1
  • Austin Hill Chiba Toyopet
  • Spencer Boyd Record Rack
  • Brett Moffitt Chevrolet Accessories
  • Brett Moffitt Plan B Sales
  • Ross Chastain Florida Watermelon
  • Matt Crafton Black Label Bacon / Menards
  • Grant Enfinger Curb Records
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  1. While I think their AI is a large generational leap forward for the genre, releasing a DLC pack for 13 bucks while they still don't have an FOV slider, any way to run at 60FPS, nor any difference between "performance" and "quality" mode is a bit ridiculous.
    Love racing the game, but I'd love it more if I could use it in cockpit mode without the windshield being a tiny sliver of screen space and the sides of the car completely cutting off (I race on triple screens on PC, where the car just literally clips out of the picture). Every game should have a FOV slider in this current generation of games.
    TCrouch
    While I think their AI is a large generational leap forward for the genre, releasing a DLC pack for 13 bucks while they still don't have an FOV slider, any way to run at 60FPS, nor any difference between "performance" and "quality" mode is a bit ridiculous.
    Love racing the game, but I'd love it more if I could use it in cockpit mode without the windshield being a tiny sliver of screen space and the sides of the car completely cutting off (I race on triple screens on PC, where the car just literally clips out of the picture). Every game should have a FOV slider in this current generation of games.

    Totally agree, DLC paint scheme prices are out of control IMO. No way I can justify paying that with so many other things that need improved upon.
    Yup, let the nickle and dime-ing begin! Not sure how much they actually make off the continuous DLC they put out, but it'd be nice to see them take that money, but more importantly time and invest it in bringing this game up to 2019 standards. It's fun, but it's so far behind where it should be.
    The pricing though for some artwork, is (as others have already stated) a bit crazy.
    The good thing about this DLC though is it doesnt really ruin the experience if you don't buy it. It doesnt really have an impact on the game itself which is nice.
    The only thing about that is it's included in the Gold edition. I'm sure most of us bought that edition. I think it helps the game less boring looking at the same cars. The upside is that hopefully this gives the 704 team more money to develop the features that we want.
    I definitely want a FOV slider, 60 fps is a definite must next year. I honestly would like to see a crew chief mode where I get to make setups and make the decisions for the driver. NASCAR Manager mobile on steroids or even a Motorsport Manager type game.
    I'm still on the fence about a purchase, but if I do it will be the Gold version, which has all of this stuff anyway.
    Question though: Does the CPU even use the DLC paint schemes? I know they use the throwbacks at Darlington, but do they use the other schemes at random?
    Honestly, I never really looked at the car's schemes that much. I race full races with everything on expert. I think the AI's difficulty is set to 103. I need to pay attention more to the surrounding cars. I'm just way too busy trying to save my tires until late in runs and I usually never qualify so I'm fighting with the back of the pack cars. I think that is why I've enjoyed the game more than most of my friends because I'm completely committed to the marathon races late at night.
    TCrouch
    While I think their AI is a large generational leap forward for the genre, releasing a DLC pack for 13 bucks while they still don't have an FOV slider, any way to run at 60FPS, nor any difference between "performance" and "quality" mode is a bit ridiculous.

    Yeah, let me know when they release a 60 FPS Performance mode and an FOV slider DLC for the XBox One X, and I'll be hitting the "Buy" button as soon as it pops up!
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    Yeah, let me know when they release a 60 FPS Performance mode and an FOV slider DLC for the XBox One X, and I'll be hitting the "Buy" button as soon as it pops up!

    I basically feel like they get a bigger pass because of it being a smaller company. This reminds me of the company that makes Gold Club. They are doing the best with the tools they have and still keeping the lights on. I genuinely hope the best for both franchises and giving us more of the options that the game truly deserves.

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