NASCAR doesn't have the mass following in the UK that it has in the US, so you can understand why publishers may be reluctant to release them in other territories – presumably this is why Eutechnyx's NASCAR 14 was never granted a release outside of the US.
We assumed that NASCAR Heat Evolution would suffer the same fate when it was released on all platforms in North America back in September with no word on a UK release. Previously, UK players could only access NASCAR Heat Evolution on Steam – until now.
NASCAR Heat Evolution has had a silent release on PS4 in today's PlayStation Store update – it's available digitally for £44.99, and was released on the Xbox Store last week for £39.99. NASCAR Heat Evolution's UK release is part of a wider European release across 30 countries – you can see the full list of available countries on the official NASCAR Heat website.
All previously released DLC for NASCAR Heat Evolution will also be available internationally from November 22nd. A variety of paid and free content will be available, including new paint schemes, race challenges and spotter voices.
Developed by Dusenberry Martin Racing, NASCAR Heat Evolution marks the series debut on current-gen consoles, featuring the full line-up of 23 officially licensed tracks, along with licensed teams and drivers. Game modes include Quick Race, Championship (season) Mode, Career Mode and a Challenge mode which lets you relive classic racing moments.
In other NASCAR-related news, the arcade-only Daytona 3 Championship USA was revealed today.