Electronic Arts has released a new trailer for the upcoming Need for Speed from studio Ghost Games, with an impressive extracted in-engine using the graphics engine of Frostbite.
The next installment of the famous series of Need for Speed proves to be a reboot of the franchise of 1994. Developed by the studio Ghost Games, the title is due for release in a few days on gaming consoles and in spring 2016 on PC. On this occasion, EA has released a new trailer of the game that offers only extracts of gameplay clips.
The rendering is still successful and managed using the graphics engine Frostbite of DICE. The effects of light striking and its display overall approaches clear photorealism. Recall that the title will propose to control not less than 51 cars in the vast city of Ventura Bay.
The now published launch trailer shows what players can expect of the new Need for Speed. And these are mainly illegal street races and chases with the police at night. It is an open world game and can therefore players can freely explore different races. With Speed, Style, Build, Crew and Outlaw – that are the five different modes – the player can experience five different stories and expand its reputation as the best driver of the scene. Electronic Arts also promises a particularly realistic adjustment system, with the options, driving behavior and performance of the cars that can be individually adjusted to your own preferences.
Need for Speed will release on 5 November 2015 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC players will have to wait much longer, because their version follows until the spring of 2016 to an unspecified date. The customers of EA Access can also try this game on the Microsoft console now for ten hours. Those who have preordered the Deluxe Edition, also receive the BMW M3 E46 as a replacement car at start.