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‘Need For Speed: Heat’ Puts The Pedal To The Metal In New Launch Trailer

Need For Speed Heat

Source: Electronic Arts / Ghost Games

Need For Speed: Heat is at the start line and waiting for the signal to hit the gas as the games November 8 release date nears. Today (Oct.28), the folks at EA/ Ghost Games dropped the official launch trailer to get fans of the iconic racing video game franchise hyped.

With Jaden Smith’s “Goku” as the soundtrack, the latest trailer for Need For Speed: Heat pushes the pedal to the medal. The trailer features cars created by five fans through the games accompanying the NFS Heat Studio app as a celebration of its success ripping through drifting through the hot streets of the fictional locale of Palm City.

In a press release, EA boasts that millions of custom rides have been created via the app and that players have spent an average of 24 minutes using it to customize their vehicles. Not wanting to leave the eye-opening designs on the showroom floor, EA decided to select 100,000 fans creations and send them their own versions of the trailer featuring their unique design as the “hero car” in the spot.

Celebrities have also gotten into the act, French Montana, A$AP Ferg, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as wells car brands Aston Martin, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Polestar and Honda joined in on the racing action. BMX magician Nigel Sylvester has also helped get players hyped for the game by dropping films using his unique film style, capturing a night of him racing through the Miami streets in his Mercedes Benz AMG GTR.

Need For Speed: Heat looks to bring new energy to the famed racing video game franchise with its brand-new-open world gameplay where street racers compete in sanctioned events to earn bank during the day only to risk it all night to build rep. The game launches Nov. 8 on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. The NFS Studio app is available now in both the Apple and Google Play stores.

You can watch the launch trailer for Need For Speed: Heat below.

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BMX Magician Nigel Sylvester Links Up With EA To Bring ‘Need For Speed: Heat’ To Life

Nigel Sylvester Brings 'Need For Speed: Heat' To Life In Short Film

Source: EA / Need For Speed: Heat

Back in August, EA, in conjunction with Ghost Games, announced the returned of its famed street racing series Need For Speed: Heat. In anticipation of the game’s November 8 launch, BMX superstar/filmmaker, Nigel Sylvester released his own trailer inspired the game.

This union makes perfect sense. The short film features Sylvester bringing Need For Speed: Heat to life as he races his Mercedes Benz AMG GTR to different Miami locations. Basically capturing the “Heat” gaming experience in real life.

Along with the trailer, Need For Speed and Nigel have invited fans to design custom wraps via the NFS Heat Studio App for Nigel’s AMG. The winning design will be wrapped onto Nigel’s luxury vehicle and revealed later this year the NFS: Heat launch later this year.

Nigel has a penchant for impressive videos that feature him enjoying life to the fullest while performing some eye-opening stunts. His ‘GO’ YouTube travel adventure film series is wildly popular on the video streaming service garnering up to 17M views each. He also announced that he will be starting a crew for the #NFSHeat ‘Beat The Heat’ experience going down in Miami, November 5.

 

Need For Speed Heat arrives on November 8, 2019, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. EA Access, Origin, and Access Origin members will be able to enjoy up to 10 hours of playtime on November 10. You can watch Nigel and his Mercedes Benz AMG speed through the streets of Miami below.

 

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EA Announces ‘Need For Speed Heat’ Is Coming November 2019

Need For Speed Heat

Source: Electronic Arts / Ghost Games

Need For Speed is back. The famed street racing franchise last hit consoles back in 2017 with Need For Speed Payback, is set to return this year with Need For Speed Heat Electronic Arts announced today (August 14).

Developed by Ghost Studios, who also brought us 2013’s Need For Speed Rivals, 2015’s Need For Speed and Payback, Heat is an ode to Miami street racing. In the trailer, we are taken to the fictional open world of Palm City, where street racers compete in sanctioned competitions called Speedhunters Showdowns during the day. Players will earn bank from the races that they can use to “customize and upgrade their garage of high-performance cars.”

By night players will partake in underground races to build up their rep. At the same time, they will have to avoid “rogue cops” who are looking to steal your hard-earned money.

The last entry in the Need For Speed franchise, Payback, was met with criticism due to it relying on microtransactions. In a press release, Ghost Studios Creative Director, Riley Cooper touched on listening to fans this time around to deliver a better experience with Need For Speed Heat:

“We’re delivering more options than ever before for players to be unique and make themselves known. Our fans have been clear that they want more cars, more customization, and more challenges, and we’re tuning up on every aspect. From your character’s style to your car’s performance and your driving style, we’re fuelling everyone’s creativity with this new game.”

Need For Speed Heat arrives November 8, 2019, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. EA Access, Origin, and Access Origin members will be able to enjoy up to 10 hours of playtime on November 10. You can watch the game’s announcement trailer below.

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