Drift in Need For Speed: Heat with Red Bull Car Park Drift Nissan 370Z

If you played the Need For Speed games, chances are you’re aware of the tuner culture of customizing them. Red Bull has always held their Car Park Drift events, but the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed them back.

How does Red Bull try to keep the event fresh in mind? By giving away a really sassy-looking car for gamers to drive and enjoy with no strings attached. If you’ve played Need For Speed Heat, you may have already caught a glance of it in the previous update to the game.

Drift virtually with the Nissan 370Z

That car is the Red Bull Car Park Drift Nissan 370Z and it‘s helmed by none-other than drifting champion Abdo Feghali. It’s used by him to test the tracks and obstacles at different Car Park Drift events, before other drifters take on the challenge.

I’ve attended the event before and I can tell you that I’ve seen this car kitted out in real life. Even though the physical event is not being held anytime soon, gamers now have the opportunity to put this real life car through its drifting abilities virtually within the game.

EA Games collaborated with Red Bull to bring this iconic drifting car into the gaming world. There’s no purchase involved at all, so consider it a gift from both names. But, there are some strings attached.

The code can only be claimed on the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One (sorry PC Gamers) version of the game. This giveaway is available only to players who own the game on either of the mentioned consoled and must be residing in the Middle East and North Africa (listed below):

  • UAE
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Oman
  • Kuwait
  • Bahrain
  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Egypt
  • Tunisia
  • Algeria
  • Morocco

Make sure you go to the website here and follow the instructions. This giveaway runs until 20 September.

Image Source: Red Bull blog

Author: Yasser Masood

Think of me as a grassroots community evangelist. Juggling social media while covering technology/digital trends across the Middle East and crossroads of society and culture, while unearthing other perspectives that pique my interests.

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