The 24th title in the famous series of EA Games Get up-to-date trailers as well as official system requirements
Brand Need for Speed Definitely knew better days in the past - days when he was one of the main growth engines of EA Games, With annual launches gaining sympathy among critics and actors alike. However, it seems that even difficult years and various attempts that did not really achieve the expected success from them are not going to stop him from trying to find the right niche for him.
In 2019 it will be Need for Speed Heat, from Swedish developer Ghost Games who were also responsible for the previous two games, will try to get the racing series back on track - or on urban roads, to be exact. The new episode will feature a new open game world in a city called Palm City, which is an alternative version of Miami, where there are significant differences between daytime gaming and nightly gaming.
During the day, players will be able to participate in legal races that will give them financial resources to purchase new vehicles and improvements to vehicles (which return to the classic format, thankfully, with several possible upgrade levels for a variety of different elements in each vehicle, And the possibility of customizing other features for everyone's preferred driving experience), without significant dangers from the environment - but the night hours will be an exclusive opportunity to participate in illegal races to gain recognition and respect for city customs, without which it will not be possible to advance in the plot.
The general idea is simple and even familiar - at night the streets will be accompanied by an increased police presence, with every action of the player leading to the accumulation of points of honor in a cumulative hemisphere, but if caught by law enforcement or smashing his vehicle before reaching the garage those points will be lost. In other words, performing a large number of actions one after the other will result in an increasing number of points for progress and improvement, but will also increase the pressure on the part of the police and the risk of losing everything in one reckless decision.
The game will feature over 130 car models, with a comeback of Ferrari and Porsche vehicles missing from previous editions of Need for Speed - When the distributor promises that there will be no random loot boxes in the game, along with a small (relatively) amount of micro-deals that will allow faster progress up the ranks of the racing world for those who want to save time, but will not be used to purchase additions and improvements for vehicles. Need for Speed Heat will include additional paid DLC content, although it seems that in the modern world this is already welcome, compared to other and much more problematic methods that exist to accumulate additional revenue from users.
Minimum threshold requirements for running the game Includes 50GB of free storage, a Windows 10 system (it is unclear whether the game will support previous Windows systems), 8GB of dynamic memory in the system and a GeForce GTX 650 or Sample graphics card Radeon HD 7750. Interim requirements include a sample video card Radeon HD 7970, sample Radeon R9 280X or GeForce GTX 760, where running the game in maximum graphics settings at 1080p resolution and at a rate of over 60 frames per second will require 16GB of RAM, Core i7-6700K processor or Ryzen 7 1700 and a video card of the type Radeon Vega 56 or type GeForce GTX 1070.
Need for Speed Heat will be launched for PCs through the Origin platform and consolesXbox One and the-Playstation 4 on 8 November. Is there a chance for success? Come evaluate for yourself in the comments.