NHRA: Speed for All Coming to PC and Consoles on August 26

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GameMill Entertainment has announced that NHRA: Speed for All will be coming to Steam and consoles on August 26. The game includes five classes, 38 drivers, officially licensed tracks, and physics-based gameplay. The PlayStation and Xbox versions support multiplayer split-screen racing. Three editions including an Ultimate Edition that features five additional packs will be available. The base game is up for preorder for $49.99.

NHRA is back – bigger and better than ever! Immerse yourself into the teams, tracks, tuning, and strategies, then strap into the driver’s seat in your ultimate quest to become the Champion among the true Beasts of the Strip.

Key Game Features:

• 5 NHRA Classes: Top Fuel, Funny Car, Pro Stock, Pro Mod, & Super Modified

• 38 Top NHRA Drivers: Brittany Force, Antron Brown, John Force, Steve Torrence and more!

• Real-world tracks directly sanctioned by the NHRA: Bristol, Las Vegas, Charlotte, Indianapolis, Pomona, and more.

• Physics-based drag racing gameplay for simulated real-world depth, speed, and authentic feel.

• Single-player career mode spanning multiple in-game seasons.

• Career Mode: Team management, R&D, tuning, and customizations.

• Asynchronous online multiplayer leaderboards to fuel your competitive instinct.

• Intense split-screen multiplayer action to battle your friends (available for PS4/5 and Xbox One and Xbox Series X).

Source: NHRA

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