NHRA: Speed For All Releases August 26 on Consoles and PC

The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) is set to release its “definitive drag racing video game”, on August 26 for PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One/Series, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

Titled NHRA: Speed For All, and developed by GameMill Entertainment, players can expect “the most authentic NHRA game ever”. With that comes the full drag experience, including the official teams, cars tracks, tuning, and the associated strategy of the the world’s fastest motorsport.

Players will be able to get behind the wheel of these purpose-built torpedoes across five different classes: Top Fuel, Funny Car, Pro Stock, Pro Mod, and Super Modified. Official NHRA venues include the likes of Bristol Dragway, zMax Dragway, Auto Club Raceway at Pomona, and more.

With 38 of the sport’s top drivers, players will be able to select from the likes of Brittany Force, Antron Brown, and Erica Enders, to name just a handful.

Team management is a major component of the game too. Players will be able pick up sponsorships from real-world brands like Goodyear, Lucas Oil, and Summit Racing Equipment as they invest in R&D, team structure, and vehicle tuning.

While the base game is available for pre-order now at a modest asking price of $49.99, those looking to go the extra quarter mile can opt for either the Deluxe or Ultimate editions of the game, available exclusively as digital downloads.

Both editions are packed with the base game as well as additional goodies, such as specially designed vehicle models, driver suits, vehicle haulers, and parachutes. However the Deluxe Edition takes things even further with the addition of the John Force Racing Pack, letting players manage Force’s racing team.

The Ultimate Edition includes everything in the Deluxe, plus the Battle Ready Pack, Moonshot Pack, Electro Blitz Pack, and Nitro Fire Pack. Although it’s not currently clear what these packs contain, they will be exclusive to Ultimate Edition buyers

Both versions will be available to pre-order later this summer through the Microsoft Store, PlayStation Store, Nintendo eShop, and Steam for $59.99 and $79.99, respectively.

If you were looking for yet another excuse to go as fast as possible behind the wheel of your favorite virtual drag racer, there’s no better opportunity.

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