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“Where There’s Heat, There’s Smoke”: NASCAR Drops in an Exciting News for Tony Stewart Fans

“Where There’s Heat, There’s Smoke”: NASCAR Drops in an Exciting News for Tony Stewart Fans


Recently, Motorsports games revealed that the new NASCAR Heat 5 game will feature the 2011 Championship-Winning car of Tony Stewart. The car will be available in the NASCAR Heat 5 Gold Edition.

The game was developed by 704 Games as the official game of the series. ‘Motorsport Games’ will publish the ‘Gold Edition’ of the game on July 7. The standard edition will be available three days later on July 10.

NASCAR Heat’s official Twitter account revealed in a post. Thet wrote “Where there’s Heat, there’s Smoke. If you want to rock @TonyStewart‘s 2011 Championship-Winning scheme then you’ll need #NASCARHeat5 Gold Edition. Pre-order and play three days early on July 7th!”

You can pre-order the game at NASCAR Heat’s website.

You can play the NASCAR Heat 5 game with Tony Stewart as your spotter

During the launch event last month, the company revealed some additional features of the ‘Gold Edition’. The game will allow gold players to use Tony Stewart as their in-game spotter. And while playing the career mode, they can choose to drive for Stewart-Haas racing team. Tony co-founded the team with Haas Automotive’s owner Gene Haas. Notably, Haas also owns a Formula 1 team based in the UK.

Additionally, many classic car liveries from Stewart’s NASCAR career will be available to the gold edition players. The users will also get more virtual cash to start their own team in career mode. And they will get early access to all the four DLC packs when they release in the coming months.

The new game will introduce a career mode in which the players progress from the Xtreme Dirt, Gander Trucks, and Xfinity Series to the top tier NASCAR Cup Series. The game will feature all the drivers, teams and cars from the NASCAR’s Cup and Truck series as well as from the Xtreme Dirt Series. Additionally, players can choose from 34 existing tracks to race in from across the three national series.

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