With the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs underway, fans will have a different way to join the fun with the new game called NASCAR Mobile AR Racing.
The new game will mark the first time that fans will be able to actually race in augmented reality. The game allows fans to customize their very own car and race this year’s 16 playoff drivers on all 10 playoff tracks. Fans can get the game by opening the NASCAR Mobile App and clicking on the game, where they will be prompted to scan with their phone around their environment and place a 3D-version of their favorite track anywhere to start racing.
The game features two modes:
— Practice mode: Drive around for fun and get used to how your car handles at each track.
— Game mode: Compete against the playoff drivers with a difficulty level based on playoff level 1-16. Here you will earn points and move up the leaderboard.
Tracks will be released for the game in accordance with their appearance on the real NASCAR schedule. At launch, all three Round of 16 tracks — Darlington, Richmond and Bristol — will be available. On Monday, Sept. 21, the three Round of 12 tracks — Las Vegas, Talladega and the Charlotte Roval — will be unlocked. On Monday, Oct. 12, the three Round of 8 tracks — Kansas, Texas and Martinsville — will be unlocked. And on Monday, Nov. 2, Phoenix — the track that will host the Championship 4 — will be available
Don’t delay, start playing NASCAR Mobile AR Racing today.