Need for Speed Heat Gameplay Trailer Leaves Us Wanting More

Need For Speed Heat’s first gameplay trailer has dropped and it seriously gives off the vibe that it’s going to be a mix of the Undergrounds series and Most Wanted.

Customization, cops and street racing all make a return in Need for Speed Heat. You can choose whether you want to race legally in the day in Speedhunter Showdown races where you win money to upgrade your cars or the night where you illegally partake in street races for notoriety and street cred.

In the day, cops will play by the rules and fine you for overspeeding and such. At night, however, the cops will try to take you down and won’t hesitate to use any means to do so.  And if you aren’t careful, they’ll total your car and you will get busted.

You will have a garage that acts as your hub to modify your character and your character. Speed cards have been thrown at the window and now you unlock parts by gaining rep in the night and then spending your cash earned in the day to buy them. Almost every car in the game is customizable and it seems like almost every part of the car will be customizable. Even the exhaust can be tuned to sound the way you want it to.

You can also customize your character with a plethora of options including Adidas Original items. Other than that, you can modify cars and create wraps for cars right now using a mobile app so that when the game releases, your creation will be waiting for you.

Need for Speed Heat releases on November 5th for EA Access and Origin Access members and November 8th everyone else for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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Need for Speed Heat Trailer Out Now! Releases on 8th November

Need for Speed Heat is the new upcoming game Need for Speed title developed by Ghost Games which aims to bring that Miami vibe to the street racing scene.

The game seems to have taken inspiration from Need for Speed 2015 as seen from the gameplay footage with the camera closing in on the car when drifting. There’s a day and night cycle and police chases make a return to the game. You’re a racer and you will be chased by a rogue police force hell-bent on taking you down.

There seems to be a lot of focus on customization and also on outplaying the police. It aims to take the game back to its roots, the roots that once made the game famous.

The game releases on November 8th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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