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Submitted by CranberryPub 928d ago | news

EA Gothenburg confirms work on new Need for Speed title

EA Gothenburg has confirmed via its job page that it is working on a future installment of Need for Speed. (PC, PS3, Unannounced Need for Speed Game, Xbox 360)

Tripe_Down  +   928d ago
this is known since weeks
Cam977  +   928d ago
Screw Mw, I'll wait for this!
(I'm joking, this is ridiculous though!)
Frankfurt  +   928d ago
We need a NFS that has the variety of settings and graphics of The Run, but without all the (dozens and dozens of) silly-to-idiotic design choices made by Black Box.

Criterion's M.O., where every terrain and car feels the same is just plain boring, too. The fact they are overseeing the franchise due to The Run's failure is awful. Elevations, rain, ice, sand should affect handling, and that just does'nt happen in Criterion's world. Cars should handle completelly different based on weight, rear or front wheel, and so on (and not just on how you drift). In Criterion's games, you only need the fastest car, then you drift all day every day. There's no reason to go back to a previous, slower car. The only "variety" is using weapons or not. Boring.

Weaving and just... plain DRIVING feel awful in Criterion's games. Leave the drifting + full speed 24/7 to Out-Run and make games with actual handling, Criterion.
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napalmbrainmusic  +   928d ago
if u want 'actual handling' play gt5 and quit whining!
Lvl_up_gamer  +   928d ago
Or if you want the whole package and not just "actual handling", play Forza 4
RavageX  +   928d ago
The hell are you on about? NFS has hardly ever been about realism....Shift tried and before that...maybe the first NFS game. (Road and Track or whatever)
Lordchunk  +   928d ago
Why am i not surprised
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GamerElite  +   928d ago
Not breaking news. A yearly new NFS game. What s surprise.
xruiner89  +   928d ago
No way, won't believe it until i see it, what's next, Half-Life 3?
MadMen  +   928d ago
OMG - do they ever stop kicking and stomping the milk out of these titles

I still recall playing this on the 3DO, and NFS III.

Out of the 1.2345 billion NFS released, I have played 2.
MasterD919  +   928d ago
Bring back Underground...that seemed like the last decent NFS title.
RavageX  +   928d ago
Most Wanted was a hell of a lot better than that. Besides, modding your cars with giant spoilers and painting them loud colors has kind of died out.
RioKing  +   927d ago
^THIS

ricers aren't popular anymore.
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MasterD919  +   927d ago
It doesn't have to be ghetto rice burners, it could be muscle cars, exotic cars and all kinds of racing and racing for pink slips + mods...There is more potential there than you guys think.
NirvanaInChains  +   927d ago
underground & most wanted were the best

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