Need for Speed ​​Unbound offers a view of its races

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Need for Speed ​​Unbound offers a view of its races

very close to its release on December 2, 2022the new iteration of Need for Speed developed by Criterion comes back to us and now offers us to see what it intends to offer in terms of gaming experience with a brand new video.

Need for Speed ​​shows its contents

inviting us to follow with our eyes a Mercedes 190E, the video published today draws our attention to another event that the game will tend to offer, alongside the “Take Over” presented a short time ago. Here, therefore, it is a question of giving a small overview of what are called the “Speed ​​Races” and “Street Races”and this, through a few races in their entirety.

The goal of these events is very simple: to finish first. For this, as we can see, it will therefore only be strongly advised to take the side roads that exist here and there in the streets and roads of Lakeshore City. The latter will be of great help not only in claiming the throne, but also in trying to keep the amount at stake and even multiply it, if of course we give in to this mad desire that is the bet of which we also have a view of our system.

Need for Speed ​​Unbound, whose very particular aesthetic made itself felt again in the latest video, is expected next December 2. It will be released on PS5, Xbox Series and PC.

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