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Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Video - Behind the Scenes, Release Dates Confirmed For Xbox One, PS4 and Steam

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Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing

Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Video - Behind the Scenes, Release Dates Confirmed For Xbox One, PS4 and Steam

The team sits down with Tony Stewart, owner of the All Star Circuit of Champions and 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame Inductee, to talk about his life long love of dirt racing and the process for creating his brand new video game Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car Racing.

The game will be available for digital download on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this Friday, February 14 as well as Steam on February 21.

  • 3 Racing Series: Race everything from TQ Midgets to the insanely powerful 900 HP 410 Winged Sprint Cars.
  • Deep Career: Sign contracts with sponsors and upgrade your cars and equipment as you progress from being a local unknown to showcasing your skills on the national stage.
  • 25-Player Online Multiplayer: Challenge up to 24 of your friends and compete with them in weekly tournaments.
  • Split Screen: Race head-to-head with friends in 2-player Split Screen.
  • 24 Dirt Tracks: Compete in events across the country, from small town rural tracks to elite stadiums.
  • Personalize Your Experience: Tune your car, adjust your driving experience, and customize your appearance.
  • The official game of Tony Stewart’s Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1.
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  1. I'm far more excited for this than I should be, considering I wasn't a big fan of the dirt racing in the Heat games...and it's a "budget" title.
    But it's a new sprint car game after years without one.
    I can't help myself.
    TCrouch
    I'm far more excited for this than I should be, considering I wasn't a big fan of the dirt racing in the Heat games...and it's a "budget" title.
    But it's a new sprint car game after years without one.
    I can't help myself.

    I'm in the same boat. I'm counting down the days. I'll be interested to see which real life tracks the games' tracks are based on (if at all).
    I'm hoping career mode will provide some variety in series / growth (local vs. national series). We shall see. I remember the DTRSC days of creating my own series with downloaded tracks and skins. Good memories.
    Exactly on the tracks. They may be unlicensed tracks, but I'm sure they'll be based on something in reality (other than the ridiculous road course).
    Sounds like your options are just to go from TQ to non-winged 305 to winged 410. Odd that you can't graduate to different versions of the non-winged or winged cars (305 to 360 to 410s), though.

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