NASCAR 21:Ignition Standard Edition and Champions Edition will be available on October 28, 2021, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC (Steam), with backwards compatibility on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S
Pre-order NASCAR 21:Ignition Standard Edition or Champions Edition for early access startingAugust 12, 2021.Players that pre-order NASCAR 21: Ignition will receive early access on October26, 2021.
No. NASCAR 21: Ignition will only feature the drivers and teams from the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.
Yes.Players will be able to use the menu settings to adjust both the difficulty and assist levels.WithNASCAR 21: Ignition players can make the racing as easy or as difficult as they would prefer. This is great for first-time racers and those new to NASCAR, but also for the most dedicated players looking for an authentic and challenging racing experience.
There are three gameplay modes within NASCAR 21: Ignition: Race Now, Career and Online Multiplayer.
NASCAR 21: Ignition features a brand-new Paint Booth, which allows players the ability to customize and create their own unique paint scheme.Choose the color of your car, side-skirts, roof rail, spoiler and wheels. Apply decal shapes to create awesome patterns and gradients to enhance your look. Design your own driver number and adjust it across each panel. Alter contingency logos to add to the authenticity of your paint scheme.Toggle Content
No. Multiplayer functionality works only with the online gameplay. Single-player options are limited to Race Now and Career Mode.
No. There are no victory burnouts in NASCAR 21: Ignition, but the post-race menu features a full video replay and a Victory Lane video where the driver and crew celebrate the win.
Players can turn on the Driving Line feature in the Options menu to learn the best line around the track, when to brake and when to get back to the gas.This feature can be turned on or off in all racing modes.
Players can adjust the AI Difficulty, Driving Line, Steering Assistance, Braking Assistance, ABS, Spin Recovery, Traction Control, and Transmission Type
By accessing the datapad, players can change the car setup to tight, stable or loose.
Players can adjust the Race Weekend Type, Race Length, Race Field Size, Stages, Weather, Temperature, Damage Model, Tire Wear and Fuel Consumption, NASCAR Rules, and Simulated Qualifying.
Race Weekend Type has four options: Two Practices, Qualify & Race; Practice, Qualify & Race; Qualify & Race; Race Only. The Race Length has the following options: 2%, 5%, 15%, 25%, 50%, 100%. Players can adjust the field size from 1 to 40. Weather can change between Clear Skies, Partly Cloudy Skies, and Overcast Skies.Temperature can change from Dynamic to Constant. Damage Model options are No Damage, Visual Damage,Complex Damage, and Realistic Damage. Simulated Qualifying gives players the option to choose between Last Position, First Position, and Random Position.In order to turn Stages on, players need to make the race at least 15% in length and turn onNASCAR Rules.Turning on NASCAR Rules will also turn on black flags for speeding on pit road.
The voiceover in NASCAR 21: Ignition is provided by Motor Racing Network broadcaster Alex Hayden.
The in-game spotter is 23XI Racing’s Freddie Kraft, who serves as the spotter for Bubba Wallace in the NASCAR Cup Series.
The spotter closed captioning can be disabled by turning off the Heads-Up Display (HUD) in the settings menu.The spotter closed captioning also goes away while racing in the cockpit view.
The in-car cockpit view provides players with a rearview mirror in the same location it can be found in an actual race car. Players can move their view to check the mirror while driving. When racing with any view other than the cockpit view, players can use the right stick to look behind and alongside the race car.There are also on-screen number indicators that show where other competitors are behind a player’s car. As the competitors near a player, the indicator grows larger and shows which direction they are approaching.
Not all wheels will be compatible at launch, but we are looking at adding additional support post-launch to provide that experience to more players. Stay tuned for updates.
NASCAR 21:Ignition will not feature multiple display or VR headset support at launch. We will be sure to announce any updates or plans for these experiences.
Currently, no. NASCAR 21:Ignition is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC (Steam), with backwards compatibility on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. NASCAR 21: Ignition will have a free upgrade path for the Sony PlayStation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X/S post-launch, with free downloadable upgrades available for other users as well.
Yes you will be able to create a party to join online matching with your friends. The Multiplayer Hoppers will be split into two sections: Shake and Bake and Bump and Run. Shake and Bake will feature intermediate and superspeedway tracks, while Bump and Run will feature short tracks and road courses.
Players will have the opportunity to vote for the track they would like to race while the Online Multiplayer lobby loads. The lobby will present players three voting options: Track 1, Track 2 or Random.
No. NASCAR 21: Ignition’s Online Multiplayer functions will only feature the race event, not practice and qualifying.
Yes, in NASCAR 21: Ignition players can create their own character and begin their NASCAR career by selecting a contract from one of the teams competing in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.Customizing a driver’s appearance is not allowed in NASCAR 21: Ignition.
No, players are only able to select contracts from existing teams that are competing in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.
No, the contracts offered by each team are for a specific car number already chosen. Some car numbers and drivers are consideredFranchise Drivers and will remain in their rides over the course of multiple seasons.
The driver value in NASCAR 21: Ignition is made up of the following factors, all derived from your negotiated contract: Your Salary (50%) Your Race Winnings (75%) Your Endorsements (100%) Your Contract Clauses (-100%)
The in-gameAgent will notify the player of contract negotiations or contract offers through notifications on the Calendar feature of Career Mode. A pop-up message will indicate you have a new contract offer.
With the Champions Edition you unlock the ability to race as NASCAR Hall of Fame driver and former NASCAR champion Bill Elliott. The Champions Edition also includes the Season Pass, which features three DLC packs highlighting the Throwback, Patriotic and Playoff content, a larger selection of alternative paint schemes, as well as three additional Legendary drivers.Players will also receive a Career Booster as part of the Champions Edition
Players will start their Career Mode with a full season contract and compete for the title right away without worrying about contract negotiations. This is exclusive to the Champions Edition.
The Season Pass for NASCAR 21: Ignition is the best way to get the most of your gaming experience. The Season Pass features three unique DLC Packs highlighting the Throwback, Patriotic and Playoff content from the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season. Also included with Season Pass is a larger selection of driver paint schemes, as well as three Legendary NASCAR drivers.
No. Bill Elliott is only available in NASCAR 21: Ignition Champions Edition. He is not included in the Season Pass.
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