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NASCAR Heat 5 Screenshots

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NASCAR Heat 5

NASCAR Heat 5 Screenshots

704Games and Motorsport Games have released 5 new (work in progress) screenshots from NASCAR Heat 5, which is scheduled to arrive on July 10 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The NASCAR Heat 5 Gold Edition launches three days earlier, on July 7.

If you missed it, the NASCAR Heat 5 announcement trailer and cover athletes were revealed a couple of days ago.

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  1. I'm done waiting for this series to bring itself into the current generation (get rid of Unity, give us a proper FOV and triple screen support on PC. Correct wheel and force feedback implementation).
    Their AI was great last year, but I'm passing on this one. Way too many frustrations with the other stuff for me to put this back on my radar.
    TCrouch
    I'm done waiting for this series to bring itself into the current generation (get rid of Unity, give us a proper FOV and triple screen support on PC. Correct wheel and force feedback implementation).
    Their AI was great last year, but I'm passing on this one. Way too many frustrations with the other stuff for me to put this back on my radar.

    My thoughts exactly. They seem to put more thought into how to nickle and dime everyone to death with paint scheme packs than actually improve their game. It's not even close to on par with the features of other motorsports games representing a real, or fictional series. I'll stick with last years & doubt I'll even notice much of a difference. Sad really, because they have a great foundation to build upon, and I enjoy the career mode as much as I'm frustrated by the driving model and lack of decent graphics. I may pick it up down the road if it goes on sale, but unless I hear some fantastic reviews and see some real improvements after it's out I'm not buying it.
    brandon27
    My thoughts exactly. They seem to put more thought into how to nickle and dime everyone to death with paint scheme packs than actually improve their game. It's not even close to on par with the features of other motorsports games representing a real, or fictional series. I'll stick with last years & doubt I'll even notice much of a difference. Sad really, because they have a great foundation to build upon, and I enjoy the career mode as much as I'm frustrated by the driving model and lack of decent graphics. I may pick it up down the road if it goes on sale, but unless I hear some fantastic reviews and see some real improvements after it's out I'm not buying it.

    The driving model is actually quite good, perhaps a bit too forgiving. These cars are supposed to handle like bricks on wheels.

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