Need for Speed ​​​​Unbound, A$AP Rocky will release a cel-style trailer video | NME Japan Gaming

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Electronic Arts has released an introductory video for the latest installment in the series, Need for Speed ​​​​​​Unbound, on its official YouTube channel, which shows off the game’s cel-style art style.

Watch the trailer featuring A$AP Rocky in the lead role here.


In the trailer video of “Need for Speed ​​​​​​​​Unbound” released this time, a visual design that combines a cel-like art style and realistic graphics is presented for the first time in the series. Vehicles use next generation technology with gloss and realistic graphics, while characters and visual effects use cel style.

According to IGN, this work will “use a new generation of home consoles and Electronic Arts’ internal Frostbite engine” to provide 4K resolution video and 60fps frame rate, as well as high definition graphics. Various functions and services such as a completely new physics system that realizes frame rate, offline single player mode, cross-play support in multiplayer, and free content updates after release are said to be realized.

Here’s what the trailer video has to say about it: “Hurry and dodge the police in our weekly qualifiers for The Grand, the best street race on Lakeshore. Finely tuned and customized in your garage. Get in your fancy car and hit the streets at night with your style, your outfit, and great music that sounds great anywhere.”

“Need for Speed ​​​​​​Unbound” is set to be released on December 2 as a current console-only title for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. Additionally, the limited edition Need for Speed ​​​​​​Unbound Palace Edition will be released three days earlier than the regular Need for Speed ​​Unbound Standard Edition and will include pre-order benefits.

The game is being developed by Criterion Games and is the first since 2012’s Need for Speed ​​Most Wanted.

In February 2020, Electronic Arts changed the studio responsible for developing the Need for Speed ​​series to Criterion Games, and plans to reorganize Ghost Games, which developed the previous four titles in the series was published.

On October 6th, in addition to “Need for Speed ​​​​​​​​Unbound”, a 14-minute introduction video of “Pokémon Scarlet Violet” that was supposed to be released on November 18th was released.



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