The lengthy trailer (which gives us around three and a half minutes gameplay) first introduces us to the fictional setting of “Palm City” before teasing us with its day time sanctioned races not to mention some illegal nighttime racing action.
Cops return in Need for Speed Heat as expected. If you’ve been naughty enough and increased your heat levels, they will take you down in coordinated attacks.
Check out the gameplay action in the trailer below.
Almost every car can be customised in Need for Speed Heat and the game boasts a revamped material editor allowing you to truly make your car your own. A new exhaust tuning system also enables you to alter the exhaust tone and more. You can also edit your avatar thanks to a selection of clothing options.
Need for Speed Heat will release worldwide on November 8 across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms. You can get in on the action three days earlier, November 5, with EA Access and Origin Access Basic to play up to 10 hours as part of the Play First Trial, or sign-up for Origin Access Premier to get full access on PC.
Players who pre-order the standard edition will get a K.S Edition styled Mitsubishi Evolution X. Pre-ordering the Deluxe Edition adds three K.S Edition styled cars (BMW i8 Coupe, Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe, Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport); access to exclusive deluxe edition character clothing; and increased earnings of in-game currencies Bank and Rep.
You can view the original reveal trailer for Need for Speed Heat below.