Need For Speed puts players on both sides of the law Slated to appear in stores on November 19, this new NFS title promises the same classic hooks that have always drawn gamers, with a couple tweaks to take gameplay that much further.
After receiving critical acclaim for their last title, Need For Speed: Most Wanted, it looks as though Electronic Arts is aiming to keep their hot streak going, with the announcement of their latest Need For Speed installment: Need For Speed Rivals. The new addition to the series lineup will be the first NFS title available for the next-generation Playstation 4 and Xbox One, but will also be available on the current Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles as well. Slated to appear in stores on November 19, this new NFS title promises the same classic hooks that have always drawn gamers, with a couple tweaks (of course) to take gameplay that much further.
In addition to the classic outlaw racing action the series has traditionally offered, players may now choose to operate on the side of law enforcement, playing for higher ranks and faster police cars while taking on a series of busts that escalate in difficulty.
Another feature entirely new to the NFS series will be a new play system called AllDrive, in which players can move seamlessly from single player mode to online play with friends, all without having to navigate through a lobby or menu interface. Completely intuitive, the new platform will merge gameplay from single to multiplayer as friends drift on and offline, with interactions entirely within the control, and at the choice of the player.
One more thing to get fans of the series excited- Ferrari will be making its return in NFS Rivals. The automaker has been officially booked for the title, and talks of the F12 Berlinetta have been rapidly circulating as a likely contender.