Need for Speed: Heat will bet on urban car culture

Electronic Arts announces that Need for Speed: Heat will release the 8 next November on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The Swedish studio Ghost Games (formerly EA Gothenburg) wants to push all the limits with Need for Speed: Heat. Unlike the leaks that sold a game with the "Miami Vice" sauce thanks to an atmosphere worthy of the 1980 years, one must finally expect to evolve in a modern period, like the old opuses. Head Palm City, an open world where stowaways seek to become celebrities. During the day, they participate in the Speedhunters Showdown, a competition to earn money to customize and improve cars, while at night, they take risks by participating in clandestine races despite the presence of a corrupt police and omnipresent.

Bonus for Need for Speed: Heat

Players who pre-order Need for Speed: Heat via Need for Speed: Payback will receive a 10% discount to reward their loyalty. Those who take the Deluxe Edition will get the KS Edition cars (BMW i8 Coupe, Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe and Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport), exclusive clothing and upgrades to boost the money and reputation of a character.

"We offer players even more opportunities for them to stand out and make themselves known"Says Riley Cooper, creative director of Ghost Games. "Our fans made it clear that they wanted more cars, more customization options and more challenges. We have considered all their requests. From the style of your character to the performance of your car to your driving style, this new game allows us to give players tools that will allow them to express their creativity."

Need for Speed: Heat unveils in a first trailer

Need for Speed: Heat will be available on PS4, Xbox One and PC as early as the 8 next November. Subscribers to EA Access or Origin Access Basic will be able to try it three days in advance for ten hours. Electronic Arts also announces that a global presentation will be held on 19 next August at the opening night of Gamescom 2019.

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