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Need for Speed

Need for Speed is full of cinematic action

Five icons to impress in Ghost Games' incoming racer.

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EA pushed out a new trailer for the new Need for Speed during their press event at Gamescom, and as you would probably expect, it's full of high speed driving action. The game incorporates film footage and mixes it up with gameplay in what looks a fairly seamless experience.

The publisher also discussed the game itself. It seems there are five different ways to progress through the story. These are tied to real life drivers - the game's "icons" - and they require players to attempt specific types of driving; some characters will want more skilled driving from the player, while others will ask them to go as fast as they can.

The new Need for Speed is heading to PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 05, and you can find out more about it in our recent interview with Ghost Games.

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