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Need for Speed to get a new photo mode and more

Ghost Games has revealed that it will add a brand new Photo Mode called 'Snapshot Pro', to Need for Speed.

The new mode lets players move the camera around their car and play with features including depth of field, vignette, saturation, brightness and more until they line-up the perfect shot.

You'll also be able to download and share wraps created by members of the community, customise your license plate with different backgrounds and frames, and apply over 100 new customisation parts to a variety of cars.

Here are the full patch notes:

- New Feature: Wrap Sharing
- New Feature: Snapshot Pro Mode
- A new "Splash" screen which gives players information on what is included in the new updates from the Living Game
- A new Snapshot overview screen in the Need for Speed Network menu so you can find out more about your snapshots
- Improvements to Kickbacks and likes on snapshots
- 100+ new customization items for a variety of cars
- License plates are back. Apply around 10 different license plates to your car for more in depth customization
- We've made more improvements and bug fixes to multiplayer. You can now play with like-minded people, if you want to play competitive then you can now select this option when matchmaking and join a world with people who also want to play competitive.
- 3 new Trophies and achievements
- Drive through a Gas Station and repair your car on the fly.
- A variety of tweaks and improvements including AI, player feedback, Gameplay and World
- Fixed a couple of bugs for Eddie's challenge
- Multiple stability fixes

Edited On 28 Jan, 2016

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Fear Sinséir1612 12 months ago
Has anyone played the NFS demo on EA Access? It's pretty good, WAY BETTER than NFS Undercover which is where it kinda like picks up from. I will get this except I hope since I've just purchased EA Access they will add a Deluxe edition to the vault; don't really feel like purchasing it outright, plus I feel EA owes it to those of whom who purchased an EA Access subscription. I have told EA as much in a recent survey!

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