Need for Speed ​​​​​​Unbound: Gameplay Reveal is Coming

Shortly after the announcement of “Need for Speed ​​Unbound”, there can be a first look at the gameplay. A new video has been announced for tomorrow.

Electronic Arts and Criterion Games announced Need for Speed ​​Unbound last week, showing off a trailer that left questions about the gameplay unanswered.

The actual gameplay scenes will be revealed in another video later this week. The developers and publishers announced the clip on Twitter.

Said video with gameplay impressions of “Need for Speed ​​Unbound” is slated for release on October 11, 2022. The premiere is expected to be at 5 p.m. on the Youtube channel of the series “Need for Speed”.

Teaser trailer to set the mood

A little teaser insight is already given by a short sequence published on Twitter along with the announcement of the gameplay video, which can be viewed below:

Need for Speed ​​Unbound is set in Lakeshore City, a Chicago-inspired metropolis. The storyline that players will experience initially sees the protagonist and his friend going their separate ways after a robbery at the family’s auto repair shop, which roughly outlines the basic storyline.

Determined to retrieve a “priceless” car, the player takes part in several races. Buy-ins are used, where you can lose money if the race performance is poor. In the same vein, side bets can also be placed against specific characters.

Need for Speed ​​Unbound will be released on December 2, 2022 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. Become the start more than 140 cars made availablethat have recently been mentioned.

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Electronic Arts also emphasized that there will be free updates after the launch of “Need for Speed ​​Unbound”, with more details at a later date.

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