The lights are on
Electronic Arts showed off a new demo for Need
For Speed Rivals, built on the versatile Frostbite 3 engine.
Need For Speed Rivals is being developed by a new EA studio
called Ghost Games. Similar to the Hot Pursuit series, Need For Speed Rivals
focuses racing clashes between cops and racers. Executive producer Marcus
Nilsson took the stage for a live demo of the game, which blends single-player,
co-op, and competitive multiplayer into one experience.
In the demo, a team member of Ghost Games seamlessly enters
a race by driving up to a start point on the road. A second developer in a cop
car enters the game after a radio call tips him off to the illegal
race. After a few close calls and scraped fenders, a third player uses a tablet to activate Overwatch
mode, calling in choppers and setting up roadblocks.
We'll have more coverage of Need For Speed Rivals from the
show floor later this week.
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Looks pretty cool.
Somebody already this before and I'll say it again because I totally agree... I wasn't impressed by this or the tease of the movie. Hopefully my feelings change later.
Not sure how I feel about the movie but... uhh...FERRARI IN NFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *dies*
Well, since Criterion isn't developing this, they should make a new Burnout game, or, I KNOW!!! Black 2!!!
Kinda looks more like Forza Horizon...
Would like to see more of this rival game in action, maybe later this week.
Looks like more NFS, love the last few and their criterion feel.
I just want to trick out cars again. *Sigh*