According to established leaker Tom HendersonNeed for Speed Unbound will be the last title in the arcade racing series. Henderson also confirmed that the game, originally scheduled to launch on November 4, has been delayed to December 2, and will only be available on PC and next generation consoles (that’s to say, PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series S|X).
The reveal is imminent and could occur in October through a 90-second debut trailer. Even the soundtrack was handled by A$AP Rocky, according to the report.
Electronic Arts forcibly placed Criterion Games on Battlefield 2042 development duty. Criterion Games resumed development of the game and was joined later by Codemasters Cheshire which is now part the Criterion studio.
According to rumors, the map called Lakeshore City was based on Chicago. Need for Speed Unbound also features anime-like graphics elements, such as sparks, smoke, tires, sparks, etc. Multiplayer is also a key component, according to so-called Meetups, which allow players to meet up in a specific area and race there.
We still have a lot to learn about the next Need for Speed, but Electronic Arts and Criterion Games should soon share all the information with the public. Keep watching.