10 Sep eNASCAR Heat Pro League to debut NASCAR Heat 4 in playoff opener
After competing during the regular season with NASCAR Heat 3, the 28 drivers competing in the inaugural season of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League, the league will be the first to debut NASCAR Heat 4 in game action.
Fans who have pre-ordered the NASCAR Heat 4 Gold Edition will now have access to the game! Tune in and watch as the eNHPL drivers to be the first to showcase new features and never before seen tactics in NASCAR Heat 4 racing as they race away in the first playoff race of the Season on September 11.
One of the drivers that has enjoyed the new game already is JR Motorsports driver Tyler Dohar (JRM Dohar88).
“I think practicing with the new NASCAR Heat 4 game has created a lot of excitement,” said Dohar. “I’m excited about the new changes in the game that we are learning in practice.”
Some of the new features of the game include how the tire wear will be relevant during a race and drivers will have to be able to adjust during the race according to Dohar who has finished second this times during the regular season.
“The tire wear model will be something to work through,” said Dohar. “I love the look of the new game and I think it’s much more aesthetically pleasing to the viewers and fans will love the look of the new game.”
Brian Tedeschi (ShellVPower22) joined his teammate Corey Rothgeb (Pennzoil2) to lead Team Penske Esports to the regular season title and echoed a lot of Dhoar’s comments.
“The new NASCAR Heat 4 game is a definite improvement from NH3,” said Tedeschi. “In practice all of us are close on short runs and long runs we tend to separate. This is where I think set up and managing tire wear will be important (in the playoff races).”
Tedeschi and Rothgeb helped Team Penske outdistance Stewart-Haas Gaming by one point (564-563) ith Roush Fenway Gaming, the only other team to lead the standings beside Team Penske Esports, third just two points out of the top spot.
“Corey and I are really happy to win the regular season but we still have a lot of work to do in the playoffs,” said Tedeschi. “We have to be smart in the first race as we have a points lead and we will try and win but we also need to race smart and take what we can get in this first race.”
The playoff race featuring Las Vegas Motor Speedway will air on Wednesday with the pre-race show starting at 7:30 p.m. ET
Viewers will once again have a chance to enter for a NASCAR Driving Experience giveaway and a NASCAR Heat 4 Gold Edition will also be given away to a lucky viewer.
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