GamerHubTV has released a video interview with Ghost Games developer Marcus Nilsson in which he shares a few details on the new Need for Speed title, with gameplay from E3 2015.
Need for Speed introduces Five Ways to Play set in a world twice the size of Rivals
Speed, Style, Build, Crew, and Outlaw. Combine all five to create that perfect Need for Speed moment; driving insanely fast, sliding through a corner in your customized ride alongside your friends, whilst being chased by the cops. The roads are there for the taking and every inch of Ventura Bay is yours to own in this urban playground where the streets only come to life at night.
Set in a world that is roughly twice the size of Need for Speed Rivals you’ll discover a rich open world environment that never sleeps and is packed full of life. From the tightly packed streets of downtown, where you seek out that perfect donut spot, to the sweeping valley roads where high-speed and long drifts are the norm. Race through the industrial district with your crew in tow or seek the thrill of the chase within police hotspots.
Working closely with Speedhunters, the team has hand-picked the cars and after market brands to deliver the authentic car culture experience.
Enabling deep customization on each and every car in the game to create something that becomes a representation of your style.
Finished getting the aesthetics right? Better start work on the performance tuning! Upgrade various mechanical parts of your car to give you a competitive edge; install Forced Induction, tweak your Nitrous, fit a new clutch or upgrade the engine. Finish it up with personalized car handling, ensuring your car handles exactly how you want. Want a more drift-focused ride? No problem. More grip? You can do that too. Set up your car exactly how you want it to drive. Hit the streets and show the world your new ride. Built with the hottest authentic after-market products, performance tuning and personalized car handling. This is Need for Speed customization redefined.
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.
Built around real world icons are five action-packed overlapping stories. Every choice, every second and every minute propels your progression through the five aforementioned ways to play; Speed, Build, Crew, Style and Outlaw.
The game will be released on November 3rd for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. We will bring you any new information on Need for Speed as soon as it becomes available.