Teaser for a completely new version of the game Need For Speed publishedJune 21, 2020
Studio Criterion, which will be responsible for the new part of the Need For Speed series of car simulations, has published a short video in which, in a nutshell, it talks about the game.
It wasn’t until November 2019 that Electronic Arts released Need For Speed Heat, the latest part of the legendary Need For Speed video game series. The game is currently available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Need For Speed Heat is the latest creation of the guys from the studio Ghost Games as a developer of the popular video game series. The Criterion team will be responsible for creating the new version of the game – according to them, the upcoming part of the legendary racing series will mark the return of Need For Speed to the world of illegal street racing.
Criterion is known to NFS fans for Hot Pursuit (2010) and NFS Most Wanted (2012). Both were brilliantly made and stood out in their day, and are still some of the most impressive NFS games since PlayStation 2.
Thus, we have every reason to hope for the best for the next part of Need For Speed, and the above teaser gives hope that the game will be able to return to its roots and become one of the most popular parts of the series.
The teaser shown on the YouTube channel Fast Lane Gaming shows us a brief preview of the graphics that we should expect from the game, which will be released next year. The video only lasts 22 seconds.
As you can see, the main theme of the next NFS teaser was the 1996 Nissan 180SX and the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Both looked incredibly realistic in the video, which reinforces our excitement about Need for Speed 2021. The next installment of Need For Speed will debut in the second half of 2021.
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