Need for Speed: Rivals Summary
More Need for Speed is on the way afterhas updated the series with a teaser for this Thursday. The main page's banner when brightened showed two cars racing at night, with some pointing to Underground.
is leading the nitrous fuelled charge this time, and has said a return to the Underground offshoot could happen if demand was there amongst fans, and mentioned Frostbite 3 making an appearance if so.
This late October EA will be releasing Need For Speed: Rivals Complete Edition, which is the original game with all its many DLC packs combined. It comes to PC and the consoles.
Right now the original is free to download through EA Access on Xbox One. This Complete Edition arrives as EA confirms no new Need for Speed is due this year.
In the latest cross-promotion deal for a racing game, the 2014 Ford Mustang has been released in a DLC update for Need for Speed: Rivals.
Need for Speed: Rivals developer Ghost Games was already busy with the next instalment in the racing franchise before their first foray into the IP was out the door. Ghost has been given control of the series.
The IP torch passed from Criterion which had reduced in size to 16 people, with most going on to form Ghost Games UK. Need For Speed: Rivals launched last month.
Patrick Soderlund, EA Studios' EVP, has said he wants the publisher to be "remembered and respected for the games we make," and not as the reigning 'worst company in the US' as they have been for two years.
He doesn't "believe for a second" they're actually the worst US company, in fact they aren't, but the message was clear. They looked at Online Pass and cut the dead weight.