Need for Speed Rivals gameplay released

Next Need for Speed game gets a worthy E3 appearance

June 11, 2013
Need for Speed Rivals

Need for Speed Rivals is one of the most exciting current and next-gen announcements, and EA has shown off the game in its E3 presentation.

A trailer and on-stage demonstration were showcased, showing some of the background and gameplay that the game has to offer.

Rivals is being developed by Criterion and Ghost Games, and will run on the new Frostbite 3 engine, bringing next-generation graphics, effects and features to the NFS world.

The new game will be set in Redview County, and will focus on the rivalry that exists between the high-stakes street racers and the county police force – as each side has to accumulate followers and supporters in order to win an “all out media war”.

Rivals will also feature deep customisation options, allowing you to enhance your car with performance upgrades, personalise your bodywork with fresh paintjobs, liveries, custom license plates, rims, and decals.

Need for Speed Rivals is scheduled to release on 19 November 2013.

Check out the trailer and gameplay footage below:

More on Need for Speed:

Need for Speed Rivals revealed: a driving MMO?

Need for Speed next-gen reveal heating up

5 ridiculous things learnt from driving games

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Need for Speed: Most Wanted PS Vita review

Tags: active, criterion, electronic arts, need for speed, Need for Speed Rivals, NFS, NFS rivals

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