The idea is that strong performances can help in lifting your team members and crew giving you stronger and better-performing cars. There have been many challenges, most of which revolved around maximizing performance for a game that has very large environments and 40 cars running at one time. Can't wait for some of you who have been playing get to test and let us know. The game will add two new racing series — The Xfinity and Camping World Truck series. Adding stages into the game required completely reworking the way races are run. It is the sequel to , and was released in North America on September 12, 2017 for the , and via.
The visuals are the weakest link and are the only thing to really complain about. This is a big change to the prequel. Monster Games has done well to capture all of the glamour of the sport whilst keeping it authentic at the same time. What improvements, changes and new content can players expect this year? The Career Mode has been completely overhauled, and it feels great to work through full seasons in the Trucks, Xfinity, or Cup cars. Driver relationships cool off somewhat between seasons so they are not permanent. The cars look great, though, and the details on each of the hundreds of paint schemes are fantastic, and add to the immersion in Career.
The career mode starts in the truck series. Additionally, players will notice a new look and feel to match the grit of Monster Energy. On June 11, 2017, it was confirmed that the and the will be featured in the game for the first time since ' 2008 release,. The physics are revamped from Evolution, but the graphics are not changed much here, and the lighting on the cars during specific time settings feels incredibly artificial. All three series are playable online, and in career mode the player can race his or her way up through the ranks to conquer the.
Players can race with friends or family right from their couch. The RaceView® trademark is owned by Turner Sports, Inc. In the 2018 Season, players will be able to choose between Quick Race, Championship, Split Screen, and Career modes. Check out the below, which include quite a few fixes, additions and improvements coming to the game. But what I don't like This is a big change to the prequel. Today, most of his gaming engagement, much limited by his 3-years-old lovely time-killer, is dedicated to Eastside Hockey Manager.
In addition, Monster Games is developing your career path with rivalry and momentum systems. You can expect the full roster reveal this summer. An avid player of sports management games, Alessandro writes about hockey for several online outlets in all over the world. His interest in sports gaming dates back to 1998 with Championship Manager. Back by popular demand, battle it out with a friend in head-to-head, local split-screen multiplayer. You can race in multiple series at once even with multi-series weekends. Online Multiplayer is also revamped, and the servers are quite stable.
. Truck and Xfinity stand-alone tracks, including and are featured. As you make your way through the different races, you will get driver feedback from Keselowski and others via a message system. Twitter feeds and pre-recorded video messages featuring many of the the drivers of the sport are fun, but could be improved with the next title. You can stay in the same series should you not want to move up yet.
The Online racing is also greatly improved, and the ability to race in a full 40 car field of other live drivers is amazing. Users can also play a single-season championship simulation. It will be important to work on your team. Advanced players will still be able to fine tune their car with a variety of setup options. In terms of physics and realism, what can players expect from the sequel? Both modes will have an impact on the new career mode in some way. For that matter, what new multiplayer modes can we look forward to? Which drivers have consulted on the sequel and what was it like working with them? Part road course, part oval — and with nearly 20 turns — the road course at Charlotte creates racing like never seen before.
However, things will change with the more you go at it. Moving on during your initial season will get you offers in the Hot Seat Race for the next series. The driver rosters for the , , and have been confirmed by 704Games. Introducing Rivalries and Momentum in. What was the biggest challenge you had to face? Accepting an offer to sign a contract with a team allows you take over one of their cars and driver. New Split-Screen Multiplayer — Two players can race together in head-to-head, local split-screen multi-player. The significant changes this year were the new stage format and the new entitlement sponsor, Monster Energy.
Today, a lot of details and if you were interested in knowing more about this you really need to check all the new stuff. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. The progression system is basic, but the mode does its best to emerge you in the world of motor-sports. New Tracks — 6 new tracks make racing more diverse. Take the racing online against a full field of drivers in rolling seasons as you battle for the top spot on the leaderboards. Messages about your rivalry status with a particular driver can pop up after races.
To determine the cover driver, the highest-placing Toyota driver in the Sprint All-Star Race was selected; Last Year: won the cover driver competition with a fourth-place finish. Where the games stalls is in performance. This allows you to build and improve even lower-ranked teams. Team momentum will be earned by strong finishes at the track as you complete races. The longer you stay with a team, the better it gets. Underneath, there is a solid racing title that is good fun especially when racing in the pack surrounded by other cars.