The Need for Speed team took to the EA blog earlier now to provide the lead-footed players out there an update on another game. It had been revealed a new Need for Speed title will be arriving later this season.
The staff explains that it is concentrated on where it would like to select the future of this franchise. Additionally, the team cites that it acknowledges both chief parts of the show: cars and customization. To wit, the group sees these as crucial to some Need for Speed match and”are not going anyplace.” Additionally, there are a lot of different variables that the group sees as significant in the sequence. It aims to stated factors in mind when creating the sport. Aside from this, not much else is known about this season’s Need for Speed entrance.
In terms of the group’s E3 2019 plans, launch asks”Will we do anything in June?” To that, the group responded with a strong no. “It is as straightforward as that, but we needed to offer you a heads up until you began asking ‘where are you'”
Therefore, it seems that Need for Speed won’t be playable at EA Play throughout the E3. Nor will any particulars be given about the match during June. Need for Speed could possibly be in the event to reveal retailers or information outlets, behind closed doors, in prep for the end of year release. However, EA’s strategies for that are unknown as of yet.
“Our goal is to deliver a truly memorable high-speed entry into the 25 years of NFS, rather than a series of promotional events. The game matters most – a sentiment we bet you share with us.” -Ben Walke via the EA Blog.
The previous match in the 25-year-old franchise, Need for Speed Payback, published in 2017. It had been met with less than positive reviews. While the show has lost some magical in late decades, programmer Ghost Games is probably difficult in the office recapturing the basis of its own arcade racer. We’ll see what they have in store once the game is released later this season.