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New NASCAR Heat 5 Screenshots Released



New NASCAR Heat 5 Screenshots Released

704Games and Motorsport Games have released 12 new 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.

Check out all 12 screenshots below, along with a behind the scenes video with Ken Squier.

What’s New in NASCAR Heat 5

  • Improved Stats – Track your progress through the Career with more detailed and improved statistics offering far more insight
  • Gameplay Enhancements – Improved AI, more player camera options and DNFs
  • Brand-new Testing Mode – Perfect your racing lines and experiment to find the best car setup for each track
  • Challenge Mode – Brand-new Online Challenge Mode gives you unique race scenarios to complete with a variety of gameplay
  • Paint Booth – Even more enhancements, including new number fonts and schemes
  • Exclusive Content – Tony Stewart Gold Edition features an exclusive selection of his cars and spotter audio

NASCAR Heat 5 Gold Edition Included Content

  • Three Tony Stewart paint schemes, including the 2011 Office Depot Championship scheme and his 2016 Homestead Finale scheme
  • All-new Tony Stewart spotter audio
  • Contract offer from Stewart-Haas in career mode
  • $1.4m in-game currency
  • The NASCAR Heat 5 Season Pass content (4x DLC packs)

NASCAR Heat 5 Pre-Order Bonuses

  • Free Career Booster pack and in-game cash to build your own team
  • Sunoco paint schemes for Cup, Xfinity and Truck Series
  • Additional cash boost of $125k in career
  • Improved contract offering in career (up to Tier 4)

The optional Career Booster means you will receive a contract offer from a higher tier team in whichever series you choose to begin your career. Additionally, the in-game cash will kick start the creation of your own team.


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  1. The Lighting at Night Races looks terrible all screen shots look cartoonish
    when are they actually going to give the game a graphic upgrade and add HDR I for one will skip the game 
    this year they seem to care about online racing rather than upgrading the look of the game.
    the last three years it looks the same pretty much. 
    Looks like I'll be sticking with F1 over this, and depending on what Slightly Mad shows for Project CARS 3, I may end up skipping this entirely, simply for lack of time.
    Looks pretty much the same to me. Looks like they spent alot of time enhancing these images too. Screens always look good for this one, but the game itself never looks that nice. Looks like another year of lagging behind all the major sports, especially racing titles. I keep hoping some new features get announced, but that list is so uninspiring at this point.
    I've got NASCAR HEAT 4, and still play it occasionally. However, I won't be buying another until this game goes 60 FPS, even if it is at only 1080p, it will still have a much more lively and stimulating feel at 60 FPS. I *might* be willing to consider it if it was 4K 30 FPS, but it's the 30 FPS about NASCAR HEAT 4 that turns me off, not so much the 1080p.

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