Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit goes back to its roots this November
- Posted June 14th, 2010 at 22:23 EDT by Adam Dolge
- 9 Comments
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit will bring the series back to its origins as Criterion Games works to reimagine the franchise with exotic cars, police chases, and a fully connected world. The game is set for release on November 16.
Announced during today’s EA presser, the game will feature the all new Auto Log function, which allows you to connect with your friends. A live demo showed a cat and mouse game between a cop and an outlaw (presumably). It looked nearly flawless.
This Auto Log feature lets you compete, connect, and compare with friends, and it also recommends ways to play based on your friends.
- 5:29pm EDT - June 14th, 2010
well see if they really go back to the original roots of the game that really made it fun back in the day, time will truly tell on that one
- 5:37pm EDT - June 14th, 2010
YES! hopefully they make it somewhat similar to Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2. That was the best NFS they ever made.
- 5:48pm EDT - June 14th, 2010
Yesssss!!!! hot pursuit was the best! no more pro street crap.
- 5:54pm EDT - June 14th, 2010
Now we're talking! I might actually play a NFS game again, lol.
- 6:04pm EDT - June 14th, 2010
The onstage gameplay demo looked cool, similar to some of what you see in the old Hot Pursuit 2. I just hope the final release is just as cool as Hot Pursuit 2 was/is.
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- 6:26pm EDT - June 14th, 2010
Thank God! I've been waiting for them to do this.
- 6:46pm EDT - June 14th, 2010
well its about time EA figures out what people want, this may be my first Need For Speed in a few years
- 7:16pm EDT - June 14th, 2010
I want MOST WANTED!
- 5:49pm EDT - July 24th, 2010
Awesome this is worth buying trust me you wont be disapointed
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