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Post by Dan @ 04:06pm 17/11/10 | 7 Comments
As the checkered flag waves for the launch of Need for Speed Hot Pursuit tomorrow, EA have now announced yet another title in the long running franchise. In contrast to the arcade racing of Hot Pursuit, "Shift 2 Unleashed" is aimed at the simulation end of the spectrum -- a followup to the successful Need for Speed: Shift -- though why they've dropped "Need for Speed" from the title this time around is unclear. From the official press release:
Capturing the physicality and brutality of racing at 200mph has been the leading area of innovation by the award-winning development team at Slightly Mad Studios. SHIFT 2 UNLEASHED builds on the true drivers experience by introducing the driver's battle, an even more authentic and primal feeling of power and speed which elevates the fundamental competitive race into a struggle for supremacy against other drivers and even the track itself. In SHIFT 2 UNLEASHED, players' hands sweat and ache as they clutch onto the controller, their pulse races from the break-neck speeds experienced through the first-person cockpit view.
If this vague cinematic teaser trailer doesn't satisfy, there's a few low-res screenshots and a more detailed feature list on our Shift 2 Unleashed game page.

Shift 2 Unleashed is due in "Autumn 2011" (U.S. Spring) for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Need for Speed Hot Pursuit retails tomorrow November 18 2010 for PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii.






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Chuckeh
Posted 04:25pm 17/11/10
they pump them out quick don't they
scuzzy
Posted 04:28pm 17/11/10
Christ, I only just learn t about the new one rleased the other night on Good Game.
natslovR
Posted 04:34pm 17/11/10
This weeks' good game liked it. I've had no interest in Nfs pretty much forever, but the burnout style has me very interested
scuzzy
Posted 04:35pm 17/11/10
Yeah, I'd be willing to give it a try since Criterion game's were involved.
Articuz
Posted 08:02pm 17/11/10
say.. whilst on the subject of need for speed.
Was the first NFS shift any good? might consider giving it a go if it's alright.
do0b
Posted 08:23pm 17/11/10
f*** yea first shift kicked some d*** this is gonna be fricken sweet
Trauma
Posted 08:37pm 17/11/10
Yea shift was good, I expect the second to be a lot like it. Probably a lot of recycled content.
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