Need for Speed ​​Unbound wins chase-focused trailer;  Look

Need for Speed: Unbound, the next entry in the popular racing series from Electronic Arts, received a new gameplay trailer this Tuesday, 18, focusing on police chases, which are a tradition in the series. The game will be available for PRAÇA, PlayStation 5 and xbox series in December 2, 2022.

Entitled “Risk and Reward”, the video shows that players have to do whatever it takes to escape the cops once they’re called. In addition, you’ll have to take different risks to succeed in the streets of Lakeshore, where the game takes place. These include drift challenges and side bets against rival drivers.

Announced at the beginning of this month of October, Need for Speed: Unbound drew attention for merge realism with urban art effects, referring to a more cartoonish style. As a result, dust effects, particles, characters, and other details during matches stand in stark contrast to their more “anime” aesthetic.

Need for Speed: Unbound draws attention for the customization of effects that refer to the urban art styleSource: Disclosure / EA

EA explained, however, that these effects are completely customizable and can even be turned off. “In fact, you can choose never to put them [os efeitos]. Just like any other part of a car”, assured the company on social networks.

The game is being developed by Criterion and will be the first release in the series to bet on 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. In addition, it is already known that its vehicle catalog will feature 143 models – surpassing NFS: Heat, which brings 127 in total.

“Time is money, so players must find the fastest way to earn enough money to enter the weekly qualifiers and reach Lakeshore’s final race, The Grand,” says EA in a press release.

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