Electronic Arts racing series fans Need speed may not have to wait long for the next game as new leaked images showing its upcoming game have hit the internet and it all looks like anime AF.
Today, members of r / NeedForSpeed subreddit spotted leaked images of the new one Need for Speed Unbound on the Japanese retail website, Neowing. According to Google translation of Neowing’s game listing, NfS is not bound will only be playable on the next-gen console and PlayStation 5 specifically. The Neowing image is tiny, but fans have since found larger versions, you can watch it here.
NfS is not bound is still being developed by Criterion Games. Back in 2019, the British video game developer, known for his excellent racers, wrote in a blog post that it will be towards development NfS game after work Need for heat rate. It’s safe to say the game is NfS is not bound.
Outside Heatback developers, NfS also featured a new layer of 3D anime characters and cel-shading, a contrast to the traditional western look of previous games. Official NfS The Twitter account just ended its year-long post drought with tease that a NfS Revealing the upcoming 2022 video tomorrow morning, October 6, so we’ll likely see the game live in less than 17 hours.
Kotaku reached out to EA for comment.
A glance at the rest of the storefront as translated by Google shows that NfS is not bound will focus heavily on graffiti art and the hip-hop aesthetic with its car design and music with rapper (and baby daddy Rihanna) A$AP Rocky working on the soundtrack alongside the French producer Brodinsky. Gameplay wise, NfS is not bound there will be meetups where you can show off your customizable car gear, which is always fun.
Although the leaks of a NfS serving as WD-40’s generosity on the headlights of its fan base, a virtual locomotive was quick to remind their fellow players Don’t be tempted and order in advance NfS is not bound. Good advice, all things considered.
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The last time we had a NfS the game went back to the time before 2019 with Need f Speed Heat, went down in history as the first EA game to feature crossplay. In our coverage of the game, we talked Need f Speed Heat evoke great Grand Theft Auto: Vice City dwarves featuring a stylish cityscape and praised for its cross-play feature, allowing players on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC to share the same fun.