Racing fans who can’t seem to get enough of their speed fix on computers and consoles will soon have a new option with the release of Need for Speed ProStreet for PlayStation Portable. Electronic Arts announced on Monday that its upcoming title will ship to retailers on Friday, Feb. 22.
The PSP version of ProStreet will offer a similar experience to the original game, which was released for Xbox 360, PlayStation3 and PC back in November. Players climb behind the wheel of stock automobiles in a racetrack environment and attempt to climb to the top of the circuit by winning races, unlocking new tracks, buying new cars, and customizing them.
The game offers a total stable of 35 cars, including the 2009 Nissan GT-R, 2008 Porsche 911 GT2, and 2008 Mitsubishi Evo X. Tracks include Tokyo’s Shuto Expressway, the Autobahn, and the Nevada desert, among others. The PSP version of the game also gets Driver Persona, a feature that allows players to customize the difficulty of the game, and Driver Intuition, which traces out a best line for the course to help guide players.
Need for Speed ProStreet will retail for $39.99, and come with an E for Everyone rating.
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