Need For Speed Game Expected To Release In 2017

Need For Speed Game Expected To Release In 2017

We're eager to see what comes of the game, but hopefully it'll take more of a classic Underground approach rather than trying to reinvent itself again.

2015's Need For Speed game wasn't that bad. Well, Ghost Games have taken all your feedback, and is ready to craft the ultimate Need for Speed experience. Whether you'll still need to do an online "check in" with the server when you first boot up isn't confirmed or denied (but assume for now you probably will).

A single image accompanied the blog post (seen above) which shows a auto racing near a fence in a desert environment. "It's not going away and it will play as strong a role as ever as we move forward into the next game and beyond".

The announcement also said players will have the freedom to drive around an open world with "the space in which to do the things you want", and also hinted at off-road driving.

We expect more news on the game around (or maybe even before) E3.

"Customisation, we love it, you love it, everyone loves it", Ghost Games says.

Ghost Games is also working hard to improve the world. There's nothing more satisfying than getting into a cop chase and feeling the heat on your tail as you tear it up through the city.

Thankfully, Ghost Games confirms that the 2017 game allows you to play through the single player mode offline. A large, relatively open world is also on the cards, after Ghost teased a world that will "not only look attractive", but one that'll also "offer you the space in which to do the things you want".

Need for Speed will officially return in 2017 after skipping 2016.

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