EA and Criterion Games have finally released Need for Speed Unbound after months of media speculation, speculations, and leaks; the criterion brings the Need for Speed brand in a radical new direction with a unique graphical style, original story campaign, and extensive customization. The new game will be released this year for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation users. Electronic Arts are generating anticipation for the game’s release, which is due by the end of this year, and those who pre-order the game will receive unique items and virtual money.
Release Of The Official Need for Speed Unbound Gameplay Trailer
Criterion Games, which was entrusted with previous Need For Speed series games, including Need For Speed: Heat, Need For Speed: Most Wanted, and a few more, is creating Need for Speed Unbound. With street races and other challenges planned, the Need For Speed Unbound teaser gives you a sneak peek at the gameplay, the characters, and even the vehicles that may be acquired on the road to the top of the leaderboards in the unlawful world. Furthermore, like with other PC games these days, the graphic quality of the current NFS edition has increased, and a lot of work has been put into making the details look genuine.
Need for Speed Unbound Trailer has a unique graphic style that blends realistic automobiles and settings with comic-book-like characters and stylized effects. Your car emits excessive sparks, smoke, and flames as you travel. Earlier NFS games influenced the gameplay, and the similarities are apparent in the clip. However, it shows off everything fresh with this game, from the insane style to the night-time atmosphere of the street races and the personalization, with the auto chases, illegal street racing, and the struggle to become the top ruler of Lakeshore city.
Confirmed Crossplay In Need For Speed
Need for Speed Unbound allows up to 16 people to race online with a new Meetups component that enables gamers to organize races throughout Lakeshore and explore the city in Free roam. Crossplay multiplayer has also been confirmed, meaning players may race online regardless of the platform across PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S. However, online party sizes are restricted to four players, whereas NFS Heat allows eight.
Need for Speed Unbound: Release Date, New Locations, Platforms, And Price
Need for Speed Unbound’s release date has been announced as December 2, 2022. Digital pre-orders will have three days of early access on November 29, 2022. Pre-orders for the NFS game have begun on Steam. They also get three days of early access to the game. The Standard Edition is available for $69.99. The Palace Edition costs $79.99 and contains four unique automobiles, a clothing pack, driving effects, decals and license plates, character stances, and banner artwork. Of course, this comes with early access.
EA Play members may also get unique in-game features and play Need for Speed Unbound early with a ten-hour trial starting November 29. From November 29, EA Play Pro subscribers on PC will also get unrestricted access to the Need for Speed Unbound Palace Edition. It will be Next-Gen-exclusive, which means it will only be available on the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Lakeshore is a new location in Need for Speed Unbound. Unlike NFS Heat’s Miami-based Palm City, Lakeshore is a gritty metropolitan city influenced by Chicago.
Customizing Cars in Need of Speed
Without extensive degrees of customization, there would be no Need for Speed Unbound games. Unbounded includes hundreds of decorative pieces for your character, ranging from bespoke automobile components, wraps, and entire body kits to licensed clothes from well-known fashion companies. In addition, automotive pieces like bumpers and roofs may be removed for the first time in the series. While the game will contain many iconic cars, users are expected to have many options for customizing the vehicles.
Expectations for the visuals and gameplay are high because the game will only run on next-generation consoles. Players will compete in races and challenges to gain money to enter The Grand, a weekly race and Unbound’s crown jewel. But, of course, this is still Need for Speed: players will have to fend off cops who are after them. Heat is back as a mechanic, and it will accumulate over time until players are being pursued by police cars. Classic material that is always entertaining.