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New NASCAR Games for PC and mobile in the works at Eutechnyx

Wednesday, 12th June 2013 23:31 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Eutechnyx has announced its expanding its NASCAR partnership with two new videogames: NASCAR: The Game 2013 for PC and and NASCAR: Redline for mobile devices.

NASCAR: The Game 2013 supports an updated and enhanced paint booth tool, and allows players to customize their Gen 6 paint schemes and import them into the games multiple race modes.

It also supports the new 2013 roster with all the team and driver changes, and players will be vying for the Sprint Cup Series Championship. They will start the competitive season as a rookie and race against their favorite drivers in career mode, or race online with friends.

Inside Line Highlights – scenarios from actual NASCAR races from the 2011, 2012 seasons have been recreated from the actual race telemetry data, which allow players to “recreate, relive and rewrite the most exciting NASCAR moments.”

Additionally, and a first for any sport based videogame, the current 2013 season is being supported by weekly downloadable Inside Line Highlights being available shortly after racing events take place.

NASCAR: Redline marks the first officially licensed by NASCAR videogame to be available for mobile devices.

Players will drive their own personal stock car using touch-reaction racing action with management tools, allowing you to control the way you race. Manage your team, land new sponsorship deals, and “outthink your opponent on the track.”

It also comes with Career and Season modes.

NASCAR: The Game 2013 will be available as pre-purchase with beta access via Steam starting soon with a full release planned later in the summer.

NASCAR: Redline will be available for mobile devices later this summer.

Both titles will be self-published by Eutechnyx.

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  1. Cort

    And if I know Eutechnyx, they’ll take an old game, paste a new title over it, ignore the bugs and the criticisms of the sound and graphics and physics, and push it out.

    #1 1 year ago