Need For Speed: Heat Cheats Offer Unlimited Money, Infinite Nitro

Need For Speed heat Cheats

Electronic Arts and Ghost Games’ Need For Speed: Heat on PC, PS4, and Xbox One is a “diversity” ridden travesty filled with needless grinding, no proper straight white male characters that you can play as, and a constant deluge of degenerate counter-culture from the L.A., racing scene. Nevertheless, if you were one of the unlucky blokes to put some coin down for EA’s latest racing title, there are some cheats for you. Continue reading “Need For Speed: Heat Cheats Offer Unlimited Money, Infinite Nitro”

Need For Speed: Heat PC And Console Specs Surface Ahead Of Release

Electronic Arts and Ghost Games are to ship Need for Speed: Heat to PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 8th, 2019. Given that the racing game is a powerslide around the corner, the devs decided to release the official specs for both PC and home console goers. Continue reading “Need For Speed: Heat PC And Console Specs Surface Ahead Of Release”

Need For Speed Heat Trailer Reveals Avatar Customization, Mobile App To Customize Cars

Need For Speed Heat

Electronic Arts and Ghost Games released a new trailer for Need For Speed Heat, clocking in at nearly four minutes as they break down on the game works, how the gameplay operates, how the customization works, how you can use the tie-in app for the customization, how you unlock parts, how they changed the card system, and briefly touch some of the multiplayer features. Continue reading “Need For Speed Heat Trailer Reveals Avatar Customization, Mobile App To Customize Cars”

Need For Speed: Heat Will Have No Microtransactions, Rumored To Have Female Protagonist

As expected, Electronic Arts and Ghost Games have released the teaser trailer for Need for Speed: Heat today. Official mods have come forth with factual details on the game while rumors are floating around the net stating that the racing game is woke.
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Electronic Arts Will Reveal New Need For Speed Game On August 14th, 2019

Need for Speed Payback launched with microtransactions and current year diversity. In other words, this new Need for Speed that’s slated to debut on August 14th, 2019, will likely check all of the above and then some if EA and Ghost Games’ past track record hold any indication. Continue reading “Electronic Arts Will Reveal New Need For Speed Game On August 14th, 2019”

Electronic Arts Reportedly To Announce New Need For Speed Game This August

Need for Speed Payback, a game that released in late 2017, is the work of Electronic Arts and Ghost Games. Said racing game, like any other EA title, found itself in hot water due to its progression and bait crate system. Despite a lukewarm to negative critic response, EA is going to announce a new Need for Speed game in a few weeks. Continue reading “Electronic Arts Reportedly To Announce New Need For Speed Game This August”

Need For Speed: Payback Online Free Roam Mode Coming Soon

Need For Speed Payback Free Roam

Ghost Games’ Frostbite-powered racing title, Need For Speed: Payback, may have stuttered and backfired off the starting line like a gassy mule at the Kentucky Derby, but that doesn’t mean Electronic Arts and Ghost Games are done with it. Continue reading “Need For Speed: Payback Online Free Roam Mode Coming Soon”

EA Attempts To Fix Need For Speed Payback Progression After Microtransaction Fiasco

EA has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately, and this time it surrounds Need For Speed Payback’s progression and microtransactions. Due to player feedback, EA and Ghost Games seek to change the “progression system” in the racing game that’s now available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Continue reading “EA Attempts To Fix Need For Speed Payback Progression After Microtransaction Fiasco”

Need For Speed: Payback Gameplay Walkthrough

Need For Speed Payback Walkthrough

The release of Need For Speed: Payback from Ghost Games is EA’s attempt to bring the franchise back after the 2015 always-on DRM outing that did not go down well with gamers at all. With the new game now out and available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, gamers who want a walkthrough of the campaign, well there’s one available. Continue reading “Need For Speed: Payback Gameplay Walkthrough”

Need For Speed: Payback Customization Trailer Focuses On Card Packs

Need For Speed Payback

Need For Speed: Payback hasn’t had a ton of good trailers made for it. The only substantial thing we’ve seen so far is the original trailer for the content that they showcased when it was announced, and the E3 gameplay demo that featured gameplay from the announcement trailer. Well, the latest trailer reminds gamers that there’s customization in the game, but it also introduces a few more details about the card system. Continue reading “Need For Speed: Payback Customization Trailer Focuses On Card Packs”

E3 2017: Need For Speed Payback Videos Cover Nissan 350z Customization

Need For Speed Payback - Nissan 350Z

A lot of people were asking about the Nissan 350z as one of the premiere cars they wanted to race with in the newest Need For Speed game. Ghost Games obliged by adding the car to Need For Speed: Payback, which is like a cross between Burnout: Takedown, The Fast & The Furious and EA’s own The Need For Speed: The Run. Continue reading “E3 2017: Need For Speed Payback Videos Cover Nissan 350z Customization”

Need For Speed: Payback Will Feature 3 Playable Characters, Blockbuster Set-Pieces

Need For SPeed Payback

Electronic Arts announced that the official title of their next entry in the Need For Speed franchise is Need For Speed: Payback. Ghost Games previously announced that this newest 2017 outing would sport an offline mode and that you would be able to pause the game. Standard features most gamers are used to have been confirmed to make a return in a $60 game after they were made absent in the 2015 outing of Need For Speed. Continue reading “Need For Speed: Payback Will Feature 3 Playable Characters, Blockbuster Set-Pieces”

Need For Speed 2017 Advertised With Offline Single-Player, Pause Feature

Need For Speed

It’s [current year], and for millennials that means that we live in a backwards world where common sense and basic amenities in gaming have actually become advertised features for home consoles and PC. That isn’t better exemplified than with the recent announcement for the upcoming 2017 outing of Need For Speed, which will feature offline single-player and the ability to pause the game. Yes, it’s true… it’s true. Continue reading “Need For Speed 2017 Advertised With Offline Single-Player, Pause Feature”