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Rev up for new season with NASCAR Heat 2 update for 2018

NASCAR fans, get ready.

The 2018 season update for NASCAR Heat 2 is now available, 704 Games has announced.

From new drivers and paint schemes to the new Chevrolet Camaro, this update has it all. The biggest addition, however?

Let’s just say — it’s time to hit the road.

A major feature of the 2018 NASCAR Playoffs, players will be able to take their favorite driver for a spin on Charlotte Motor Speedway’s newly-unveiled road course.

Part road course, part oval — and with nearly 20 turns — the road course at Charlotte creates racing like never seen before. Compete on this one-of-a-kind track before anyone else in the NASCAR Heat 2 2018 Season Update.

The update, which focuses on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, will also include updated teams and rosters and the updated 2018 season schedule.

After purchasing the 2018 Season Update, players will choose between the 2017 and 2018 Season. In the 2018 Season, players will be able to choose between Quick Race, Championship, Split Screen, and Career modes. The new 2018 paint schemes and road course cannot be used online; however, you can customize the new 2018 Chevrolet Camaro in the 2018 car customization area.

In the 2018 Career mode, you’ll start fresh in the 2017 versions of the Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series. When you hit the Monster Energy Series, you’ll have the 2018 paint schemes, schedule, and more. 2017 Career mode progress will remain untouched.

The 2018 Season Update is available now for $9.99 on the PlayStation Store, Xbox Marketplace, and Steam.


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  • Brad Keselowski, Discount Tire & Miller Lite (for players ages 21 and up) or BRAD K
  • Austin Dillon, DOW
  • Chase Cabre, Max Siegel Inc.
  • Kevin Harvick, Jimmy Johns
  • Trevor Bayne, AdvoCare
  • Chase Elliott, NAPA Auto Parts
  • Aric Almirola, Smithfield
  • Denny Hamlin, FedEx Express
  • Ryan Blaney, Menards
  • Ty Dillon, Geico
  • Clint Bowyer, Haas Automation
  • Ricky Stenhouse, Jr, Fastenal
  • Kyle Busch, M&M’s
  • Daniel Suarez, Arris
  • Erik Jones, DeWalt
  • Paul Menard, Menards
  • Joey Logano, Shell/Pennzoil
  • William Byron, Axalta
  • Ryan Newman, Caterpillar
  • Matt DiBendetto, Can-Am
  • Michael McDowell, Love’s
  • Chris Buescher, Kleenex
  • Hailie Deegan, Monster Energy
  • David Ragan, Shriners Hospital
  • Kurt Busch, Haas Automation/Monster Energy
  • Kyle Larson, Credit One
  • Darrell Wallace Jr, Click ‘n Close
  • Todd Gilliland, Pedigree
  • AJ Allmendinger, Kroger Click List
  • Jimmie Johnson, Lowe’s
  • Harrison Burton, DEX Imaging
  • Ty Majeski, Roush Fenway Racing
  • Brendan Gaughan, Beard Oil Distributing
  • Carl Long, CrashClaimsRUs
  • Cole Whitt, RTIC Coolers
  • Martin Truex Jr, Bass Pro Shops/5 Hour Energy
  • Alex Bowman, Nationwide Insurance
  • Kasey Kahne, Procore
  • DJ Kennington, LORDCO/Castrol