EA and Ghost Games have released another beautiful screenshot from Need for Speed, via the official twitter account, once again teasing the gameplay reveal for the game on June 15, during EA's E3 2015 press conference.
Here's another angle of the Porsche from our announce trailer, phwoar! Check back Monday for your next look at NFS. pic.twitter.com/4kRuCE40eR
— Need for Speed (@NeedforSpeed) June 10, 2015
It would be pretty exciting to see what EA and Ghost games will show for Need for Speed, as even though the recent reveal trailer was said to have been in-game footage running on the same version of the frostbite engine as Star Wars Battlefront, many fans seem unconvinced and are looking forward to some actual gameplay footage.
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.
Need for Speed could feature an unlocked framerate
The developers did not comment on any details regarding a frame lock, so it could be possible that unlike Need for Speed Rivals the new title, will have an unlocked framerate on the PC and possibly on the consoles as well. Need for Speed will have dedicated servers and improvements to the AllDrive system, something that proves that the always online requirement is indeed true and not a miscommunication.
EA promises to bring down the house at E3 2015 with Need for Speed and so many other titles
EA seems pretty confident about E3 2015, stating that they will bring the house down, and given that they will be showing Need for Speed, Star Wars Battlefront, Mass Effect, the newly announced Mirror's Edge Catalyst, the new Plants vs Zombies game, and at least one more Star Wars title, I would have to agree that they could definitely achieve that.
Industry insider Shinobi602, who has been pretty accurate with everything he shared throughout the year, stated that EA has a lot more to announce at E3 2015. During a recent discussion over at NeoGAF, Shinobi stated that we should “look for 3 unannounced EA games, one of which is a new IP.”
Criterion's new game was teased last year as a new IP focusing on extreme racing. Visceral has been teasing their upcoming Star Wars game, which is the project that Amy Hennig is associated with, so a reveal at E3 2015 is likely to happen. Bioware's new IP has been teased for some time now so we might actually get a teaser of what that might be.
We will bring you any new information on Need for Speed, as well as EA and E3 2015 as soon as it becomes available.