As announced this week, Need for Speed: Unbound will finally be unveiled tomorrow, Thursday. Leaked screenshots have already reached us today and give you a glimpse of the new art style.
Following the rumors of recent days, Electronic Arts and the developers of Criterion Games confirmed this week that the official reveal of “Need for Speed: Unbound” will take place tomorrow, Thursday.
The presentation of the racing game will be in the form of a trailer, which will show our time on the official youtube channel is made available. In the run-up to the unveiling, we received the first screenshots for “Need for Speed: Unbound”, coming from a product description that was put online too early by a Japanese webshop.
The screenshots give us a first look at the new art style, which includes anime elements.
Dealer confirms December release
In addition, the product list, which was published prematurely, states that “Need for Speed: Unbound” will be released on December 2, 2022. An appointment that has already been discussed in recent days by industry insider Tom Henderson. In the course of product entry, it is also apparently confirmed that there will be no implementations for the old PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.
A design choice that allows the responsible developers of Criterion Games to take advantage of the hardware of the PC, the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X/S without having to consider the now outdated consoles of the old generation.
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All the important details about “Need for Speed: Unbound” will of course be found here tomorrow.
First screenshots of Need for Speed Unbound via Japanese retailer Neowing, who listed it early: https://t.co/q23uM1Ol7b
Launching December 2. Currently only listed for PS5 (this is Japan – no Xbox physical edition). No PS4 version listed. Possibly only for new generations? pic.twitter.com/aCWhuAh2oW
— Gematsu (@gematsu) October 5, 2022
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