NASCAR 21: Ignition is coming, and we recently received a trailer. The game will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Steam. Motorsport Games also recently revealed that the upgrade path for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series XS will be free. The pre-order for the game started yesterday. In addition, players who pre-order the digital version of the game will be able to experience the game first. They will be able to take advantage of Early Access two days before the official launch. They will also receive the Traxion.gg paint scheme. NASCAR 21 will have two versions: Ignition-Standard Edition and Champion Edition. In the championship edition, players will be able to play the racing legend Bill Elliott (Bill Elliott).
This will also be accompanied by his paint plan and career advancement in the game, as well as season tickets. The season pass includes three DLC packs and paint schemes, as well as three other NASCAR legendary drivers. It looks like the game will have the most impressive graphics in the series. Special attention is paid to making the game look more and more real. Coupled with various new features and customization levels, this adds to the hype. The game will use Epic’s Unreal Engine to get the most realistic NASCAR racing experience to date.
NASCAR 21: Ignition release date
NASCAR 21: Ignition will be released on October 28, 2021, and pre-orders have started on August 12. Later, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S will be upgraded. Prior to this, the game will be launched via Steam for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The managing director of Nascar Gaming and eSports Nick Rend also talked about the upcoming games. He said that a lot of resources and talents have been invested in fully developing this game.
Dmitry Kozko, CEO of Motorsport Games recently talked about NASCAR 21. He shared: “Motorsport Games is very happy to provide us with the most realistic NASCAR simulation to date through NASCAR 21: Ignition.” He went on to say that the focus of this game is on fans and players. Speaking further about the game, he said that they brought “the features, modes, and options they have longed for.” NASCAR 21: According to Kozka, Ignition will capture the “atmosphere, spectacular and fierce competition of the NASCAR Cup Series.” He also added that it will provide authenticity, competitiveness and accessibility through the core foundation of the game.
Explanation of the new features of the game
According to Motorsport Games, NASCAR 21: Ignition redefines the official video game of the racing series. With incredible graphics and immersive gameplay, the game will enhance realism and atmosphere. According to the manufacturer, the point is to get as close to the real thing as possible. To this end, the game will have official drivers, teams and tracks for the 2021 NASCAR Cup series season. The demonstration will also be real, including broadcast quality pre-match preparation and post-match playback. Driving will also be similar to the way you drive real things in real life. It will include an updated track pack representing the 2021 NASCAR Cup series. Once the green flag falls, the player will immediately take action.
Patterns and customization
For new racers, a full set of driver assistance systems will make the game easy to use. There will be two choices at the beginning of this place. They can directly participate in Race Now and participate in the race as their favorite official NASCAR Cup Series driver. If you choose to accept, the second option will take you into an immersive and engaging career mode. In the career mode, players will build their reputation in the sport while competing for the championship. In terms of customization, the game will also provide many options. Players can enjoy an unparalleled level of customization through the new Paint Booth. You will be able to create your own NASCAR Cup series paint scheme using your own iconic race number. You can use the multiplayer option to play with your friends or players from all over the world.
Check out the trailer for the game below;
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