Need for Speed is back, and it is ready to party!
After a year off from the usual release routine Ghost Games is giving the formula a swift kick up the diffuser and punching out the features further than a Rocket Bunny widebody kit.
Returning heavily to its roots and taking large chunks of inspiration from what has made the NFS games great over their time, we have ended up with an urban car culture street racer that has thankfully not forgotten the oldskool charm that it started with. Those of you who remember the Underground games may shriek in delight at the sheer amount of customisation and mess you can do to your car in this new one, whereas others such as me, myself and I remember the horror of no supercars, being forced to destroy the looks of your vehicle in order to progress and the complete lack of Chief Wiggum's associates. The original Most Wanted fixed that and is in fact one of my all time favourites of the series.
This new one, it includes supercars, street cars, cops and customisation. In essence there is something in it for every fan young and
ancient wise, the only ones who may find issue is those who like daylight as the game is set in a permanent twilight which in our opinion means your crew could quite possibly be a bunch of vampires.
After you've checked out the official trailer above be sure to check out our DUB
Out on November 3rd on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this is a game that should, if it does what it looks to be doing, go down well in Need for Speed history.