Need for speed Heat : Latest News ,Gamescom 2019 4k Gameplay demo & How to Play it Early

Everything we know about Need for Speed Heat, including how you can play early

Highly anticipated new gameplay for Need for Speed Heat dropped at Gamescom 2019 Opening Night Live on Monday, and it reveals how players will need to evade police as they roam the city streets, improving their reputation with challenges in order to remodel their cars.

Checkout the Brand New 4k Gameplay direct from Gamescom 2019

Brought to us by Ghost Games, Heat is the first new episode in the world famous racing series since 2017’s Need for Speed Payback. Set in the urban backdrop of fictional Palm City, which reminds us of Miami, the game offers players the option to drive around the open world city during daylight and nighttime, offering different styles of gameplay depending on the time of day.

During the day, official “sanctioned” races take place all over the city – these are part of what the trailer refers to as “Speed hunters Showdown”. These give racers the opportunity to earn currency, referred to as “Bank” which can be used to customise and improve vehicles in preparation for the intense conditions at night.

When the sun is out, cops will enforce the law but don’t go to extreme lengths to stop you. However this changes during the night, when if your heat raises too high, cops will stop at nothing to stop you! Push things too far and they will deploy helicopters and riot vehicles – coordinated into realistic operations tailored to the situation – designed to stop you at all costs!

You can Watch the Offical Reveal trailer Below

From what we know so far there doesn’t seem to be a clear day-night cycle – you simply switch over to night mode when you’re ready for the challenge. At night, illegal street races take place enabling the player to earn “Rep” – but don’t forget this comes at a cost, raising rep also increases heat and when this gets too high it’s time to watch out for those determined rogue cops!

Early access for Origin subscribers

The trailer announced its integration with a mobile app, NFS Heat Studio – which is already available on Android and iOS. – so excited fans can begin to customise vehicles already! The app allows racers to unlock, collect and fully customise cars – into designs which they can later push directly into the full game. The trailer also shows new extensive avatar customisation options, so players really can make this game their own.

Like all EA games, Need for Speed Heat will be available early through the Origin Access program. Origin Access Basic subscribers can play a trial up to ten hours starting November 5. Origin Access Premier members get full access to Heat on November 5 on PC.

Need for Speed Heat is set to tease Nov 8th on PS4, PC and Xbox One. However EA Access and Origin Access subscribers can dive straight in with early access available Nov 5th. Don’t miss it!

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