Need for Speed Heat is an open world arcade racer developed by Ghost Games and published by Electronic Arts.
It is the twenty-fourth instalment in the Need for Speed franchise.
Cross-platform play will be coming to Need for Speed Heat tomorrow.
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The open world racer is one of the better received NFS games in years.
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Surprisingly enough, Need for Speed is good again.
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Cop chases, street races, open world exploration, and more.
Similar to previous games in the series.
The racer is out in just a little over a week.
The open world racer won't require too much space.
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Partake in illegal races and avoid the cops as long as possible for rep rewards.
Ghost Games trudges on with yet another NFS title.
Development on the racer has wrapped up.
The soundtrack will feature urban and electronic tunes.
The racer can be played entirely offline.
New details emerge on open world cop chases.
High stakes, high chases- you know the rest.
The racer's gameplay debut is scheduled for August 19th.
The developer says none of the controversial monetization elements will be in the game.
The Creative Director of the game says they've listened to fans.
Full gameplay reveal coming at Gamescom on August 19th.
A trailer could be out soon, with a full gameplay reveal at Gamescom.
EA will be revealing the next instalment in their racing franchise heading into Gamescom later this month.
A leak for the upcoming racer brings the Heat.
The racer aims to have a lot of options.
The title will still be releasing this year, according to EA's Ben Walke.
CEO Andrew Wilson says this idea is "at the core of the franchise."
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