Just a few days ago, Need for Speed Unbound was officially confirmed by Electronic Arts, as the new chapter of the franchise aims to be the most stylish episode ever .
Now, after the reveal complete with trailer and release date , it will soon be the turn of the first gameplay video of the new chapter of EA’s arcade racing series.
As also reported on ResetEra , in fact, soon we will be able to see how the new Need for Speed fares on the road , so much so that the date of the second reveal is really close .
The Criterion developers have in fact confirmed that the first official gameplay video of Need for Speed Unbound will be broadcast on the social profiles and on the official YouTube channels of the series starting from tomorrow, Tuesday 11 October 2022 .
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Soon, therefore, we will be able to take an in-depth look at the mechanics of the new chapter of the racing series, perhaps even revealing some new game modes (maybe even the multiplayer ones).
Just below, the short clip published on social networks that confirms the news.
The official description of the game, via Steam , reads:
Give your best and conquer the summit. He outwits the cops and takes part in the weekly qualifiers to compete in the all-important Grand. Fill the garage with custom racing cars with flawless tuning and show off your unique style.
Prove you have what it takes to win the Grand, Lakeshore’s extreme underground racing challenge. He participates in four intense weeks of racing and earns enough money to participate in the weekly qualifiers, beat opponents and make his mark on the underground racing scene by outsmarting and outsmarting the cops.
Staying on the subject, the technical specifications of Need for Speed Unbound have also appeared a few days ago , i.e. the minimum and recommended requirements of the PC version .
But not only that: it also seems that Unbound will officially break the record set by NfS Heat , as the new game from Criterion Games will in fact include an impressive amount of licensed cars at launch.