Award winning racing game developers Eutechnyx recently announced that they will be releasing NASCAR: The Game 2013 for PC and NASCAR: Redline for mobile platforms later this year.
Eutechnyx revealed they have acquired the NASCAR license and will self-publish both games without a third party publisher, after previously releasing the multiplatform NASCAR 2011: The Game together with Activision.
NASCAR: The Game is currently in development for Windows, featuring a collection of recreated scenarios from previous NASCAR races and seasons. NASCAR is America’s most loved Motorsports and is the second professional sports franchises in terms of television ratings in the United States with National Football League on top. If you’re a true gaming enthusiast this is a game to have and enjoy with mates.
Players are allowed to prepare their cars for 500 miles around Daytona International Speedway, this sounds like a game an old school mate of mine Vick might want to get his fingers on. Players can take to the tracks and redefine races using the new Gen 6 model cars; they can also have a shot of becoming the Sprint Cup Series champion by starting a competitive season as a rookie driver, racing against their favourite NASCAR drivers in career mode.
The mobile version NASCAR: Redline will mark the first licensed NASCAR videogame to be made available for mobile devices. The game combines touch-reaction racing action with management tools, gifting players the opportunity to control the way they race.
Both games offer gaming modes, Career and Season, and to add on the fun a player can get sponsors and manage the team.
So if you’re into racing and speed this might be a game to try out once it comes out.