Need For Speed 2015 Review

October 31, 2015 altafhssn48


Need for Speed is an upcoming open world racing video game developed by Ghost Games and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is the twenty-first major installment in the long-running Need for Speed series, and a full reboot of the franchise. It will mark the series' second eighth generation installment.

The first gameplay footage of the pre-alpha build for Need for Speed was revealed at EA's press conference at E3 on June 15, 2015. The E3 presentation shows a part of the story, followed by the customization of a Subaru BRZ which showed the new and improved customization system, and the 'chase camera' which was later to revealed to be one of the five different camera angles. There's five different gameplay types: Speed, Style, Crew, Build, and Outlaw where players can earn points for engaging in to progress in the game through 5 overlapping storylines. Need for Speed takes place in the fictional city of Ventura Bay and its surroundings which is based on Los Angeles.

The relaunch of the series features some of the most gorgeous racing we've ever seen, so beautifully realized that it frequently blurs the line between game and film. It also features FMV(Full Motion Video) sequences which are weird ,I found them Dreamy (you will Understand when you see yourself)

Electronic Arts announced that Need for Speed for PC had been delayed to Spring 2016 in order to allow Ghost Games to give the version an unlocked frame rate and increase the visual quality(Good News if you have a PC). The game will have no microtransactions or any paid DLC. All additional content will be available through free mandatory updates.
Players will be able to capture images using the Snapshot feature, and upload them to the Need for Speed Network. Uploaded images can be given a "like" by other players with each like rewarding the player that uploaded the image additional progression and currency.

What you don’t want to miss:
1. The new camera Angle
2. The gameplay and the graphics
What you want to miss:
1. You need to be connected to the Internet while playing the game ( I agree there are some Rewards but It can Really Annoying real quick)
2. Player can own only 5 cars at once

GMR Rating
Story                 4
Gameplay         4
Graphics           5
Replay value    4
Total Rating     4.2


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Posted by GMR on Saturday, October 31, 2015

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