Both paid and free DLC arrive for NASCAR Heat Evolution
There’s already a ton of downloadable content available for NASCAR Heat Evolution, but today a rather charitable pack has arrived on Xbox One alongside a freebie.
Starting with the free content, the Pit Pass 5 will present over 30 new paint schemes from the 2016 NASCAR season to you. It features the likes of the retirement scheme of Tony Stewart, a number of Kevin Harvick’s Busch schemes, Chase Elliot’s Mountain Dew and many more from all the top drivers . But what about the stuff that requires a bit of cash? Well, for £3.99 there’s The NASCAR Foundation Pack and a percentage of the sales will be donated to the aforementioned foundation – a charity aimed at helping children.
Not much is currently known about the specifics of the NASCAR Foundation Pack, but if we find out we’ll be sure to update you. Which will you be grabbing for your next session on NASCAR Heat Evolution?
From Kevin Harvick’s Busch schemes to Tony Stewart’s retirement ride, Pit Pass 5 features over 30 paint schemes ran in the 2016 NASCAR season… for FREE!
The NASCAR Foundation is a national charity that impacts children’s lives through the Speediatrics Children’s Fund and the Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award. Since its founding in 2006, The NASCAR Foundation has positively impacted more than 1 million children. In honor and memory of Founder, Betty Jane France, Dusenberry Martin Racing will be donating $1 of the sales price of each pack sold to The NASCAR Foundation.