Further E3 Need for Speed Details Emerge

By Keith Gray, 1 year ago
Yesterday, EA's keynote conference included new gameplay footage and details for its racing reboot, Need for Speed.


Today, the publisher/developer has revealed more information on the extent of the storyline in the game and how this impacts the gameplay. EA promises that the five different ways to play will result in an "action-packed overlapping story", with more specifics given below for each of the play style options:

Speed – Pedal to the metal, high speeds, maximum adrenaline rush. Keep your nerve and never lift off the gas, the fearless always push the limits.
Style – Expression through driving, sliding the car into a corner sideways with ultimate precision. For some, style is all that matters.
Build – Take your car to the extreme through visual and performance modification. The constant need to improve and personalize. Craftsmen build, searching for perfection.
Crew – Ride together with your Crew and never hit the streets alone. Put your faith in others and the skill of close proximity chaos.
Outlaw – Messing with and escaping from the cops. Push the limits and live life on the edge as you crave the thrill of the chase.
The new details are accompanied by several slick screenshots that highlight different vehicles.







After providing the introductions yesterday, Ghost Games' Marcus Nilsson has offered more insight into the plans that are afoot for Need for Speed:
We’re bringing in Five Ways to Play to ensure that your gameplay experience is all your own and helps propel your progression every second, every minute... We want everyone to experience that perfect Need for Speed moment - driving insanely fast, sliding through a corner in your customized ride alongside your friends, whilst being chased by the copsNeed for Speed is due to race onto Xbox One on November 3rd, 2015.
Keith Gray
Written by Keith Gray
Keith has been contributing to the news on the TrueGaming Network since 2010. He's the resident fan of racing games. Outside of gaming, Keith is a qualified accountant so numbers really speak to him! Other hobbies include swimming and wheelchair basketball.