EA has launched its newest game "Need for Speed: Rivals' announced for PC, the current as well as future consoles.
The game is from 19 November for PC, xbox 360 and PS3. The Xbox and PS4-One versions are coming later this year on the market. Unfortunately, Wii U owners will not benefit from the latest "Need for Speed" series.
"Rivals" is to convey based on the Frostbite 3 engine "the adrenaline and intensity of the ultimate road rivalry between cops and racers in a stunning open-play environment."
Here players can assume either the role of a police officer or a racing driver. Both sides of the law provide its own challenges, risks and rewards. For the first time in seven years, fans can also look forward to the return of Ferrari.
On the official EA site is written: "The more you get away from cops, the more points you earn speed with which you can unlock new cars and other items. The speed points you can also use as an insert after every race to win more points - but then there is also the risk of losing everything during an arrest. "
It continues: "On the side of the cops you work together as a team and following the racers. With every arrest, the cops are gaining popularity and rise through the ranks of the police force. By reaching higher ranks you unlock new police cars and powerful tracking technologies."
The following functions expect:
- Racing the next generation: Redview County is next-generation wealth of detail, as well as weather effects, forcing both drivers and opponents to master the elements alive.
- 'Need for Speed' Autolog network: Players can compare stats, challenge their friends anytime, anywhere, and share their achievements and successes easily with friends and rivals.
- Personalization: driver customize their cars with new colors, number plates, paint, stickers, rims and performance-enhancing upgrades.
- Tracking and flight technologies: The races are more rousing thanks to eleven upgradeable techniques such as turbo boost, jammers and EMPs for racers and shock waves, roadblocks and helicopters for cops.