Slightly Mad Studios CEO Ian Bell discusses the company’s history, claiming that publisher EA tried to ‘kill’ the developer over a deal to make Need for Speed: Shift 3.
Need for Speed Payback developer Ghost Games accidentally compares the game’s explosive crashes to Burnout’s takedowns during a gameplay presentation.
Electronic Arts shows off fast-paced Need for Speed Payback gameplay during its E3 2017 press conference, giving gamers a taste of the game’s high-octane action.
Electronic Arts announces Need for Speed Payback, a high octane continuation of the Need for Speed franchise, along with a new trailer for the racing game.
Electronic Arts reveals that a full reveal for the next Need For Speed game will take place on June 2 at 6AM PDT. The game appears to take place in Seattle.
EA drops a teaser image for the next Need for Speed game, seemingly confirming that the sequel’s street racing action will take place in Seattle, Washington.
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 confirms that Star Wars Battlefront 2, the new Need for Speed title, and several of its sports games will be playable at its EA Play event during E3 2017.
EA CEO Andrew Wilson reveals that a new Need for Speed game will be released before March 2018 and it will be the ‘most exciting’ and ‘best looking’ game in the series.
EA files a trademark for Need for Speed Arena but while some fans hope for a new open-world racer, others have their fingers crossed for something a little different.
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.
Need for Speed developer Ghost Games reveals that the game has been delayed on PC. A console beta, however, will take place on PS4 and Xbox in a few weeks.
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.
During E3 2015, EA reveals a brand new trailer, the first gameplay details and a release date for ‘Need for Speed’, coming later this year from Ghost Games
Watch the Electronic Arts E3 2015 press conference live, where the publisher is expected to discuss ‘Star Wars Battlefront’, ‘Mirror’s Edge Catalyst’, ‘Need for Speed’, and more.
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.