Need for Speed Payback developer Ghost Games accidentally compares the game’s explosive crashes to Burnout’s takedowns during a gameplay presentation.
Need for Speed developer Ghost Games confirms that this year’s entry in the popular racing game franchise will not feature an always online requirement.
EA chooses not to fight Ubisoft over their attempted trademark for the name of development studio Ghost Games, withdrawing their trademark application.
This year’s Need for Speed reboot feels like a fresh start for the series — and one that will likely be improved upon when its inevitable 2016 sequel rolls around.
Ghost Games announces that the Need for Speed reboot will be locked at 30FPS for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, as well as revealing their stance on paid DLC.
Believe the hype: Need for Speed’s graphics are as good as EA promises, although it’s not clear if the open world gameplay will live up to the game’s stunning visuals.
According to the official ‘Need for Speed’ Twitter account, Electronic Arts’ and Ghost Games’ upcoming racing reboot will require an online connection.
According to a Reddit post from user ‘lipeeeeee’, Electronic Arts’ hotly anticipated ‘Need for Speed’ reboot is set for an official release on November 3.
EA technical director Johan Andersson reveals the upcoming ‘Need for Speed’ reboot will utilize the Frostbite Engine, the same as ‘Star Wars: Battlefront.’
With the official announcement of a brand new ‘Need For Speed’ title coming later this year, the developer is now explaining why the series had to be rebooted.
With a day left before the full reveal of this year’s Need for Speed, the series’ Facebook page gets updated with a new image teasing the “Speedhunters.”
After taking an unexpected year off for more development time, Ghost Games and Electronic Arts plan to reveal the next ‘Need for Speed’ this Thursday, May 21.
EA has announced ‘Need for Speed Rivals Complete Edition’, a re-release of last year’s ‘Need for Speed Rivals’ that will include all six of the previously released DLC packs
Developer Ghost Games has explained that ‘Need For Speed’ won’t return until 2015, with fan input requested to make the game all it can be.
As a ‘Need For Speed’ studio shrinks in size, word has surfaced concerning the police-themed ‘Battlefield’ spinoff underway at Visceral Games.
Ghost Games has faced a round of layoffs which put an unannounced ‘Need For Speed’ title in jeopardy.
Read our review to see if a jump to next-gen for ‘Need For Speed Rivals’ has injected new life into the series, or simply better graphics.