NASCAR ’15 To Release May 22 On Xbox 360, PS3, And PC

Dusenberry Martin Racing has announced today that NASCAR ’15 will be released May 22, 2015 for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and on Steam. The physical copies of the game will be sold exclusively at GameStop and priced at $19.99

NASCAR ’15 will feature the all new 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, online multiplayer and leagues, career mode, paint schemes, teams, and tracks. This sizzle video was also released along with the press release.

Dusenberry Martin Racing also released the following statements during the press release.

“NASCAR continues to seek ways to engage fans across multiple platforms, and NASCAR ’15 is the latest way fans can interact with our sport,” said Blake Davidson, Vice President of Licensing and Consumer Products for NASCAR. “The release of NASCAR ’15 is the first step in a long-term plan with Dusenberry Martin Racing to take an aggressive approach to create innovative gaming products that puts racing in the hands of NASCAR fans and gamers alike.”

GameStop will continue to build on its successful NASCAR team relationship with Joe Gibbs Racing by becoming the exclusive in-store retailer of NASCAR ’15. GameStop Merchant Jon Davis said, “GameStop is thrilled to be partnering with the Dusenberry Martin Racing team with its initial NASCAR game launch. GameStop’s partnership with Joe Gibbs Racing is a big part of our marketing strategy and having this chance to connect directly with NASCAR ’15 game fans make perfect sense for GameStop.”

Unfortunately for racing fans NASCAR ’15 will not make the leap to the Xbox One and Playstation 4. Game Informer has also hinted towards the game being available for download digitally through the Xbox marketplace, and Playstation network on release date.

NASCAR ’15 will be packed with features for a game that will only set you back $19.99 on release date. It is yet to be know exactly how good the game will play, but if you are a NASCAR fan or just a fan of racing games for the price it is definitely something worth checking out.

 

 

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