There’s a new Need for Speed coming for us, and we are here to tell you everything we know so far about the game.
Need for Speed has been on the PlayStation gaming console for a really long time; it has become an iconic franchise. The new game will hit the market on the 8th of November, and fans are already talking about it.
This edition wants to show that it is an excellent year for races. GRID is returning, so the street race war is back in 2019.
The series has become amazing on the PS2 console, and it’s all thanks to Most Wanted and Underground 2, but in recent years, the story was quite different. The release was disappointing, and the critical reception was quite poor. The question is: can the latest title restore the true greatness of the game?
Here’s all we know about the game.
When’s the release date?
The game will hit the market on the 8th of November, for PC, Xbox One and PS4, through Origin. Early access will be available starting with the 5th of November, for those who order the Deluxe Edition on Origin Access Premier. There’s also a ten-hour trial for the EA Access members.
What’s the price?
The standard edition comes with a price of £54.99 on PS4 and Xbox One. The deluxe edition comes with a price of £69.99. On Origin, the deluxe edition is £59.99, while the standard edition is still £54.99.
More about the trailer
The trailer of Need For Speed Heat comes with pretty much everything. It has fast cars, sirens all over the place from police cars, and a lot of crashes.
With this game, you can add bodywork and spoilers to your cars. You can do the regular day time missions and the illegal car races at night. This is why the franchise is so popular. The full trailer of the game will make its appearance at Gamescom next week.
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