A new DLC pack has been rolled out for NASCAR Heat 2. Dubbed the ‘December Expansion Pack’, it includes quite a number of new paint schemes for the cars, and also four new challenges. It was released on the 21st for all versions of the game (PC, PS4 and Xbox One). This new pack comes in two sizes, Jumbo (which costs $9.99) and the value pack (which cost $4.99). In addition to these paid-packs, a new free DLC pack has also been released: the December Toyota pack. It adds 14 free paint schemes and one new challenge.
Here are the descriptions for the Jumbo, Valu, and Free expansion packs:
NASCAR Heat 2’s December Jumbo Expansion Pack includes 23 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) and 7 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) paint schemes from the regular season. Also included are 46 MENCS Playoff schemes, 17 NXS Playoff schemes, and 21 Camping World Truck Series Playoff schemes. This December, we’re also including 19 Race Winning MENCS paint schemes. These paint schemes replicate the winning cars from some of the most exciting races this season. Add them all up and you’ve got 133 paint schemes in the December Jumbo Expansion Pack! Finally, you’ll also get 3 new Challenges from Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Daniel Hemric, and Ryan Truex.
Our December Value Pack includes 14 paint schemes from the MENCS, NXS, and NCWTS. Highlights include Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Nationwide Gray Ghost scheme from Martinsville and Joey Logano’s Snap-on Tools scheme from Watkins Glen!
Through our partnership with Toyota, fans will receive a free Toyota DLC pack each month. This month, you’ll receive 14 free schemes and 1 new Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Challenge from Martin Truex Jr! Highlights include Matt Kenseth’s final paint scheme from Homestead and Ryan Truex Jr.’s AISIN scheme from Chicagoland!
Check out the full DLC page for a rundown of all the different paint schemes. I was going to add them to this piece, but the list is so long that it would basically just look like a giant wall of text.
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