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Need for Speed announced for Autumn 2015


EA has revealed that its new Need for Speed game will release in Autumn this year. 

Need for Speed is a full reboot of this storied franchise and will feature a large open world of urban culture car culture, driven by 5 unique ways to play and win, which the publisher describes as "Speed, Style, Build, Crew and Outlaw, enabling you to earn reputation and win your way."

“Need for Speed is one of the most iconic names in gaming, and we're returning it to greatness in this reboot,” said Marcus Nilsson, Executive Producer at Ghost Games. “Pulling on our 20 years of history, and then taking a year out from releasing a game, we are making the game we’ve always wanted to. We're listening to the fans and delivering an experience that will capture their imagination and unleash their passion for cars and speed.”

"Our own community has helped us to anchor the roots of NFS in the authentic car culture of the past and up to the present with the emerging trends in the urban engine scene," added EA via the PS Blog, although that's about all.  

More will be revealed at E3 this year.



Features of the game include:

- Authentic Customization: Allowing you to build a car that reflects your character through visual and performance customisation.

- A West Coast Urban Setting: Ventura Bay is your urban playground; from downtown, the harbour and the canyons.

We have some screens below.




Edited On 21 May, 2015

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Turniplord 2 years ago
Hasn't NFS had quite a few reboots? Sounds like its going for another Burnout/Most Wanted/The Crew style. I really hate open world car games - Burnout and Most wanted were good but I don't want to be driving around looking for the next race - I prefer the ols NFS Underground and the DiRT series style - pick a level and race and race. Will Probably rent this one and buy if its fun

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