Nascar The Game: Inside Line Dev Diary Showcases Pit Crews, Timed Awesomeness

The Roush Fenway Racing pit crew show off the nuances of servicing in this new dev diary.

Posted By | On 16th, Oct. 2012

Remember Pixar’s Cars? Remember how Lightning McQueen learned the importance of pit stop crews, and above all, not being a tool? It’s not confirmed whether Activision’s upcoming Nascar The Game: Inside Line offers such wisdom, but this new developer diary sure does understate the importance of pit crews for America’s favourite past time.

As part two in the video diary series, the Roush Fenway Racing pit crew take us through the entire process of servicing a car through an entire pit run, which the game reflects in it’s authenticity. The awesome graphics also help bring the experience to life. Within the confines of a video game of course.

Nascar The Game: Inside Line is due for release on November 6th 2012 for XBox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. Will it live up to the legacy of Electronic Arts’ Nascar franchise? Considering how infamous that series of games was, we certainly hope not. But the game so far looks damn good and we can’t wait to see how it turns out.


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