EA rolled out the latest Need for Speed for its E3 2015 presentation and hyped it as the culmination of everything we loved from older Need for Speed games. The open-world of Carbon, the storytelling of Underground, the customization of Hot Pursuit.
I think that’s right. I haven’t been keeping up with what sets the old games apart.
The hot-rodding trailer supports its claim to showing off deep car customization, intense paint trading, and several gameplay mode that play up both story and different methods of play. Ghost Games has been hard at work redefining the series in its own vision, and so far, it looks like it has done and incredible job escaping from the shadow Criterion Games.
Need for Speed, no subtitle required, will be released on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on Nov. 3.