GAME INFORMATION

How do I turn on Flags or change Tire Wear / Fuel Consumption in Race mode?

Flags are only available in Race Lengths of 7% and higher.

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How do I adjust my car setup in Simulation Mode?

Verify that the game is Simulation Mode under Options > Game Settings > Advanced Settings > Physics > Simulation. Before starting a race, players can adjust their setup on pit road by hitting the le...

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How do I turn on manual transmission?

Players can switch from an automatic transmission to a manual transmission in Options > Game Settings > Advanced Settings > Physics > Transmission.

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The cars and gameplay appear choppy. What’s happening?

On PC, players can adjust their display settings under Options > Visuals. For computer with specs closer to the minimum, please try downgrading your display options.

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Will NASCAR Heat Evolution take advantage of virtual reality (VR) hardware?

Virtual reality is something we’re looking into, but it is not supported in NASCAR Heat Evolution.

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How do I access Brad Keselowski's Miller Lite paint schemes?

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px Helvetica; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} Alcohol schemes are only available to users ages 21 and up. To access the alcohol s...

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How do I play with a keyboard and mouse on PC?

NASCAR Heat Evolution does not support a keyboard and mouse for gameplay. Players will need a racing wheel or game controller to play.

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The game isn't fitting my television screen. What's wrong?

Please adjust the display/ratio settings on your television for NASCAR Heat Evolution to fit your TV.

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How do I increase my level?

A player's overall level is equal to their lowest Speed Rating at a track. For example, if you have a Speed Rating of 7 at 22 tracks, but a Speed Rating of 3 at the last track, your overall level will be a 3.

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What do the different car setup options do?

Need help with car setups? Below is a detailed look at each option and what they do. Shock Settings Shock settings will ultimately lead to a tight or loose car. Bump: A higher front (left or right) shock b...

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