NASCAR Heat 2 Xfinity Series Roster Unveiled

August 15, 2017Written by Elizabeth Henges

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704Games has announced the roster line-up for the Xfinity Series in NASCAR Heat 2. The roster for this series includes Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski, and more. This information was revealed via the NASCAR Heat blog, where you can go for the entire roster.

If you don’t want to go to the blog itself, though, here’s a taste of some of the racers you’ll see in this series:

  • Justin Allgaier, No. 7 Brandt Professional Agriculture
  • Aric Almirola, No. 98 Fresh from Florida
  • Michael Annett, No. 5 Pilot/Flying J
  • Dakoda Armstrong, No. 28 WinField United
  • Ray Black Jr., No. 07 Scuba Life
  • Brandon Brown, No. 86 Coastal Carolina
  • William Byron, No. 9 Liberty University
  • Ross Chastain, No. 4 Flex Seal
  • Jeremy Clements, No. 51 RepairableVehicles.com

With the roster reveal also comes a short teaser trailer for the Mid Ohio:

Additionally, the second developer diary has been released for your viewing pleasure, focusing on the Career Mode:

Don’t forget to check out our E3 preview in order to learn how NASCAR Heat 2 has improved over the original game:

After testing out, and being impressed by the new addition of trucks, it was time to check out the regular cars in local split-screen. Any fears about the experience being compromised in split-screen went right out the window after I began. No frame drops occurred, and the racing felt just as smooth as it did when played in single-player. I also didn’t struggle to see the other cars when driving, as the camera still works perfectly despite the player’s view being half the size.

Neither myself or 704Games’ representative did very well in the short split-screen race, as we both finished in the mid-20s. I was told this was due to the game’s adaptive AI, which will continue to improve as players keep on racing. Since my appointment was on the third day of E3, several hours of racing had occurred. This made the computer-controlled drivers put up quite the fight, and we simply didn’t have enough time (the race was only set to three laps) to make it to the front of the pack. It’ll certainly be interesting to see how the adaptive difficulty will manifest itself in the main game.

NASCAR Heat 2 will release September 12 on the PlayStation 4.

[Source: NASCAR Heat]