NASCAR ’14 Announced for early 2014


NASCAR ’14 will be available for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in early 2014 for the discounted MSRP of $49.99.

In addition to having all the official teams and tracks, NASCAR ’14 will also feature a new online multiplayer racing component.  Additional features:

NASCAR ’14 has everything you love about the racing experience:

  • NASCAR Highlights: Take advantage of “NASCAR Highlights” to determine the outcome of the biggest race thrills from the season.  Eutechnyx recreates the action where the condition of the cars is exact, weather the same, track positions identical – the only difference is you!
  • Career Mode: Work your way through the ranks in a comprehensive career mode; complete with custom car builds, sponsor acquisition, and R&D to get your team into victory lane.
  • Official Teams & Tracks: Race against the official NASCAR teams & drivers on your favorite tracks from the high banks of Daytona, to the twists & turns of Sonoma, and exhilarating speed of Talladega.
  • Leagues: Take competition to the next level and host online leagues with your friends, fully supported by dynamic statistics, challenges, rankings and replay.
  • Online Multiplayer:  Take advantage of dynamic skill-based matchmaking, tournaments, and easy drop in/out server browser functionality for a fair and enjoyable experience.

Also be sure to go to and vote for the cover driver, voting goes through the end of the 2013 Sprint Cup season.

Written by Damon Bullis

Damon Bullis

I’m a gamer from back in the days of Telstar Arcade, Atari 2600, and Intellivision. I currently have a PS4, PS3x2, Vita, PSP, Xbox One, 360, Wii U, Wii, and a N64.

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  • Jeremy Mattsen

    I miss these games. I hope they bring them out for the new gen consoles.

    • Damon Bullis

      Yeah I miss them too. I used to have a group of friends (~16) that would come over every sunday to play Halo (we had a 4 console lan set up in my apartment), and before we would play Halo we would play NASCAR for a few hours. Every race would always end up being 2-3 people racing for the win and the rest driving the wrong way trying to wreck them.

      • Jeremy Mattsen

        Yes I remember those days very well 🙂 We would always end up in similar situations.