Need for Speed Heat will be the first EA game to support Xbox One, PS4, and PC crossplay. Here is everything you need to know about this.
EA has continued to show its commitment to mobile gaming by releasing Need for Speed No Limits, the gaming giant's first Need for Speed title built exclusively for mobile devices. EA has worked in conjunction with Melbourne-based Firemonkeys Studio - who of course have pedigree with the Real Racing series - to bring Need for Speed No Limits to the iOS App Store and Android Google Play Store as an entirely free download.
If a game gets to see the kind of the success as the Need For Speed franchise, a motion picture tends to be something of an inevitability. The Need for Speed movie, which has already been confirmed for those that missed the memo, pretty much writes its own script, and as a recently released teaser trailer demonstrates, this flick is going to give The Fast And The Furious a run for its money for pulsating, rubber-burning, white-knuckle racing madness. The video is a must watch and can be found right here after the break!
Need for Speed, love it or loathe it, is one of the biggest racing franchises currently in circulation. It always sells well, regardless of platform and largely, regardless of reviews. In fact, the franchise is so popular it's even spawned its own movie tie-in, dubbed Need for Speed Movie, hoping to steal some of the limelight from the Fast & Furious movies.
Big news for all Need For Speed fans out there! After the success of NFS: Shift for the iPhone, iPod touch and the iPad, EA has just released the new Need for Speed™ Hot Pursuit for all iOS based devices ahead of its console release.