NASCAR 15 Is Exclusive (at Retail) to GameStop

$20 game launching in May for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.


Retailer GameStop and developer Dusenberry Martin Racing announced Friday that professional racing game NASCAR 15 is in development and will launch in just over a month, on May 22, 2015.

The disc-based Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game will be released exclusively at GameStop, though digital versions versions will be available on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. Meanwhile, a digital PC version will launch on Steam.

NASCAR 15 is the first entry in the series since the NASCAR video game rights switched hands from Eutechnyx to Dusenberry Martin Racing, a subsidiary of DMi Games. It's described as more of an update than a new game, and will cost just $20.

It features new 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cut Series paint schemes, and also includes a career mode and numerous teams and tracks, as well as "enhanced online mulitplayer and leagues."

GameStop is no stranger to NASCAR. The Texas-based company has been a partner with premiere racing team Joe Gibbs Racing for nearly a decade, and even has its own sponsored car.

In addition to NASCAR 15, another NASCAR game is in development for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, due for release in 2016. For a closer look at NASCAR 15, check out the images in the gallery below.

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