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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:30pm 12/02/16 | 2 Comments
After applying the brakes and being delayed to 2016 the latest Need for Speed from EA is finally getting a PC release, and it'll be racing into stores on March 17. Ahem. In addition to the cars, engines, wheels, and roads to race on (the staple of any car racing game) the visually impressive title will also be getting a nitrous-style boost for PC. We're talking 4K resolution, unlocked frame-rates, and rims so shiny they'd make just about any celestial light source blush.

In the announcement trailer we learn that the game will feature full steering wheel support. Plus, manual transmission. Something that was strangely left out of the initial console release. Oh and, as you can see, it still looks amazing.

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Posted 12:24am 16/2/16
yeah - this is like remind people they don't have nbn fiber - just MTM
Posted 12:38am 16/2/16
actually looks ok imo. Would be a nice change from rfactor and project cars, its been to long since a good arcade racer came out.
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