Developer Ghost Games Confirms Need For Speed 2016 Delay

Posted: May 12 2016, 1:47am CDT | by , Updated: May 12 2016, 11:10pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Developer Ghost Games confirms Need For Speed 2016 delay

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According to yesterday's announcement by Developer Ghost Games, the 2015 reboot game’s new series for Need For Speed has been delayed yet again and won’t be released until 2017.

Though the company and Publisher Electronic Arts have many options to choose from, information about what the game will feature is still not known.

While there have been new series releases almost every year and the company has been offering tuner focused and street style racing with realistic circuit approaches, yet the most famous style has been the police VS street racing theme.

Over the years with new titles almost every year, the styles had gotten absorbed and this was highlighted after 2013’s Cheese-tastic Need For Speed: Rivals did not make much excitement and the break was decided.

The break was good since last year’s Need For Speed’s many tropes like night only racing, police confrontations and arcade driving features have become more enjoyable than previous versions since 2009 (Need For Speed:Shift). The 2013 version has been much of a fresh moment of air for all gamers out there to be enjoyed with a greater experience.

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