The New Need for Speed Looks Just Like Real-Life as Can be Seen in this Screenshot by Speed Hunters

Archie Paras
Jul 24, 2015
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Need for Speed developer, Ghost Games shared a photo from racing blog Speed Hunters recreated using assets from Need For Speed, showcasing just how incredibly close to real-life the long running series has come. The Frostbite engine can certainly create some breathtaking visuals.

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Need For Speed can certainly achieve photorealistic visuals

Need for Speed will take place in a “nocturnal open world of urban car culture”, in the fictional West Coast setting of Ventura Bay. Areas will include a downtown section, a harbour and canyons. Built around real world icons are five action-packed overlapping stories. Every choice, every second and every minute propels your progression through the five ways to play; Speed, Build, Crew, Style and Outlaw.

Need for Speed will feature both single and multiplayer experiences

Need for Speed will feature both single player and multiplayer experiences, regardless of the title having an always online requirement. The developers assure that being connected will allow a more enjoyable experience with friends joining in the narrative experience, something that if done right could prove to be quite innovating and truly unique. Need for Speed will offer multiple camera angles, but a cockpit view unfortunately won’t be included.

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Built around real world icons are five action-packed overlapping stories. Every choice, every second and every minute propels your progression through the five ways to play; Speed, Build, Crew, Style and Outlaw.

The game will be released on November 3rd for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

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