NFS Confirms Offline Gameplay for Single-Player Campaign

Ghost Games has revealed some early details about its upcoming title from the NFS franchise, revealing that the game will feature a completely offline single-player campaign mode amongst the rest

There are not many days before we get to know the detailed info about the next title from the Need for Speed franchise at E3. But obviously, there are many fans who would be impatient to wait until that. Thankfully, developer Ghost Games has spilled some beans over its next NFS title to satisfy those eager minds.

The developer on their official website has revealed that the next game in the Need for Speed franchise will be arriving by the end of 2017. That’s not something new, as we have already came to know about it courtesy of the confirmation by the developers back in May 2016, followed by the confirmation this year in February by EA.

But Ghost Games are now giving us more info including details about the single-player experience. Accordingly, the single-player campaign will be completely offline, meaning that you’ll be indeed able to pause the game in between your gameplay.

That’s not it, they have also revealed that its new NFS title will involve heavy customization, with the developer touting the customization to be the strongest in the franchise. Alongside, the developers have also confirmed cop chase missions and street races that will offer gamers plenty of space to do the things they want. It do sounds promising.

“There’s nothing more satisfying than getting into a cop chase and feeling the heat on your tail as you tear it up through the city.Cops in pursuit, racers up ahead and then out of nowhere BAM! They bring a Rhino to a street race,” reads the official description.

More details about the game can be expected to get revealed ahead of E3, in the coming weeks as we head towards EA Play that’s scheduled to take place in June 10. The event will also be livestreamed starting 3PM ET on the specified date.



Author: Akhil Unnikrishnan

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