Need For Speed Heat Driving To PCs And Consoles November 8, Earlier Than Expected

Posted: Aug 15 2019, 5:46am CDT | by , in Technology News

Need for Speed Heat is driving to PCs and consoles on November 8, earlier than expected
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Pre-order now to get your own limited-edition cars.

Need for Speed Heat, the latest addition to the popular racing video game franchise, is set to come to the Xbox One, the PlayStation 4 and to PCs on November 8.

Electronic Arts-owned studio Ghost Games has just released the official trailer for this highly anticipated Need for Speed installment, showing some cinematic graphics and videography, and has even showed some snippets of the old Need for Speed garage.

The November release is four months earlier than EA has originally anticipated. Back in July, the company hinted at launching the game before the end of March 2020.

Most recently, EA said Need for Speed Heat “expands everything Need for Speed fans love,” such as expressive customization, authentic urban car culture, and an immersive narrative that pulls you into the game.

Need for Speed Heat will take players to Palm City, where street racers battle it out to the finish line. The Speedhunters Showdown is where players can race against each other by day, where they can earn Bank to customize and upgrade their garage of high-performance cars.

Underground races are the bomb at night, where players build their Rep as they run from a rogue police task force that patrols the streets.

Players can now pre-order the game on EA’s website. They can also sign up to a mailing list to get the latest news, updates, behind-the-scenes content, exclusive offers, and more.

EA said players who pre-order the Standard Edition of the game before the launch will get a K.S Edition styled Mitsubishi Evolution X. For those who pre-order the Deluxe Edition, EA is giving away three K.S Edition styled cars: BMW i8 Coupe, Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport.

“We’re delivering more options than ever before for players to be unique and make themselves known… Our fans have been clear that they want more cars, more customization, and more challenges, and we’re tuning up on every aspect. From your character’s style to your car’s performance and your driving style, we’re fueling everyone’s creativity with this new game,” Riley Cooper, Creative Director at Ghost Games, said in a statement.

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