Need for Speed
Need for Speed was released on 3 November.Needforspeed

Need for Speed, the racing simulation video game from developer Ghost Games and publisher EA, is the twenty-second game in the popular series.

Ghost games has released the details of what players can expect in its first Living Game update that was promised to be dropped November-end.

In its new post, the developer has said that it will be turning the feedback it has been receiving since it released on 3 November for PS4 and Xbox One into actionable features. It noted that the Need for Speed experience will be adding new content, improvements and several fixes, as part of its first new update.

The post noted that following the feedback from fans, Ghost Games has been working on several issues that players have faced namely - 'rubber banding' or 'AI Catchup.' It noted that this will be fixed in the upcoming update.

It is not that the developer has not been fixing issues connected with the game. One recent fix that was released was Xbox One players facing stuttering issues.

Below are some of the details on Living Game update:

  • More balanced 'AI Catch Up'
  • New Wrap Editor features:
  • Mirror functionality
  • Improved colour picker
  • Hoonicorn and Morohoshi-San Diablo
  • Gifted upon completion of their respective narrative threads
  • First look at neons
  • Early in development version on Morohoshi-San's Diablo
  • REP increase 50-60
  • 3x Trophies & Achievements
  • New daily challenges
  • x30 new pre-set wraps
  • General bugs, tweaks and improvements

Previously, Ghost Games had announced that there will be no "paid DLCs" in Need for Speed, all the DLCs will be free of cost.

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