It’s been seven years since Criterion stopped working on the NFS series, and frankly, it is pretty clear that their absence affected the game. The “thing” that attracted us to the NFS series was lost along those years and the game became a little too basic.
Ghost Games is the studio that's been responsible for all Need for Speed games from 2013 until now, and they did a good job I’ll give them that. Especially when we talk about the latest entry, Need For Speed Heat, but there is something still missing. At least we haven’t got any performance issues, like a lot of games have experienced over the past few years.
Criterion focused their work on the hit game “Hot Pursuit” and the Most Wanted reboot. You know that these guys know how to...
“The most impressive Need for Speed in years.” Get behind the wheel in an adrenaline-fueled, vibrant racing game where the lines of the law fade as the sun starts to set. Need for Speed™ Heat is out now on PlayStation 4
Need for Speed games bring back childhood memories of funning from the police, drag racing, and spending a lot of time customizing our cars. When car customization came to the Need for Speed franchise, it ushered in a new era of fun. But, after all these years, car customization in Need for Speed has ramained largely the same.
EA is promising major updates to car customization in Need for Speed Heat, where you will be able to modify your car in a very specific way, including "under the hood." The vehicle upgrades are now separated into four categories:
Engine - This is where you can increase your car's horsepower. This area will feature forded induction and nitrous upgrades, among other things that EA has yet to discloseChassis - This category is...
Right around the corner, ready to haunt the streets, lots of mods ready to be tried, it's the heat that warms our hearts. The Need for Speed franchise is almost ready to welcome a new member: Need for Speed Heat. Prepare to enter the world of street racing and hot pursuits alongside long list of brand new cars, waiting for you to burn their tires across the streets of Palm City.
Need For Speed Heat Launch Car List
2017 Acura NSX2004 Acura RSX-S2016Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrofoglio2017 Aston Martin DB112016 Aston Martin Vulcan1964 Aston Martin DB52019 Audi R8 V10 Performance Coupe2017 Audi S5 Sportback2020 BMW Z4 M40i2019 BMW M2 Competition2018 BMW i8 Coupe2018 BMW i8 Roadster2018 BMW M4 Convertible2018 BMW M52016 BMW M4 GTS2016 BMW X6 M2014 BMW M42010...
The Toyota Supra is still one of the most loved sports cars of this year along with the 86. But our desire to race with either of these cars won't be fulfilled in the new Need For Speed Heat.
Need For Speed Heat will be released in November 2019, and it is set that the game will feature the Polestar 1, a 1975 Volvo, 13 BMWs, and 13 Nissans, among many, many others. That's right, not a single Toyota will be available in this "illegal street racing" game, as the Toyota's British division affirmed in response to a twitter post from a die-hard NFS and Toyota fan. Toyota's response was less-than-professional:
In a very short time, Need for Speed's officials responded with a short but determined "pfft nerds" as seen...