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Old 28-05-15, 12:25 PM
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Need for Speed reboot launch date leaked on Xbox One product page

The release date of the upcoming Need for Speed reboot has been leaked. The game will reportedly launch November 3rd.



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Old 28-05-15, 12:32 PM
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looks good still think they need to go back to NFSU, i think it was NFSU2 where you could even mod the cars interior, they should take that and throw that with the NFS that allowed you to mod the body kit so you can style ICE the same as body kits
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looks good still think they need to go back to NFSU, i think it was NFSU2 where you could even mod the cars interior, they should take that and throw that with the NFS that allowed you to mod the body kit so you can style ICE the same as body kits
NFSU2 was the bomb!! Literally loved that game and couldn't understand why they went so off that track. I always figured maybe something to do with car manufacturers not wanting to see their models heavily modified?
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The trailer really bothers me as there's no possible way that could be rendered in real time... I have when devs say ''all footage was captured in game'' when it clearly wasnt't
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Old 28-05-15, 10:31 PM
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NFSU2 was the daddy of ps2 racing games, I remember pouring thousands into a vauxhall corsa that was faster than most cars in the game. Incredibly unrealistic but gameplay was amazing. if they are going that way then i can't wait for this to be released
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The trailer really bothers me as there's no possible way that could be rendered in real time... I have when devs say ''all footage was captured in game'' when it clearly wasnt't
Well, when you are in-game, there are cinematics playing... Most likely the screenshot was taken while that played. Technically, it's still in-game you see; just another marketing trick while covering their behinds on false advertising...
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