EA has begun the process of rolling out closed beta keys for the upcoming Need For Speed reboot, so if you’ve registered for it you should keep an eye on your email inbox.
The closed beta will run from today until October 5th, so try and squeeze in as much time as you can for this quick beta. Also, make sure you have the room for it on your system as the file size comes in at a whopping 18GB.
Need For Speed launches for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 3rd, 2015.
The upcoming Need For Speed reboot is going to feature some seriously impressive graphics, though now Ghost Games has released some comparison screenshots to show just how impressive they really are.
While the screenshot above is rendered in-engine rather than in-game, it’s still incredibly impressive that they’re able to achieve graphics of this kind of quality. It’s obvious to me that the left one is the game and the right one is real life, but the point is that if you were just casually scrolling by you might not have thought so.
Here’s what the dev said regarding the graphics:
“Our aim with this process was to make use of the Physically Based Rendering (PBR) capabilities of our Frostbite engine to create accurate real-world materials, surfaces and lighting to reach a life-like visual image.”
Need For Speed is set to launch on November 3rd, 2015 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
After EA got everyone in a frenzy with Mass Effect: Andromeda coming next year, they showed off some new gameplay for the next Need For Speed game.
This game, simply called Need For Speed and being coined as a reboot for the series, puts you in an open-world that is twice the size of Need For Speed: Rivals. Check out the new trailer below.
Need For Speed will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It will launch on November 3rd.
The next Need For Speed game is set to be a completely different beast for the series.
EA has released a teaser trailer for the next entry in the Need For Speed series, with the publisher planning a full reveal next month.
The game is described as a “full reboot” for the series that will contain an open world with an immersive narrative. Here’s a snippet from the press release:
“Pulling on our 20 years of history, and then taking a year out from releasing a game, we are making the game we’ve always wanted to. We’re listening to the fans and delivering an experience that will capture their imagination and unleash their passion for cars and speed.”
Need For Speed is developed by Ghost Games and is set to launch this Fall on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Full details for the game are expected to be revealed at next month’s E3. Scroll down for some screenshots and a teaser trailer for the game.