The studio said the game is likely to come out by the end of 2017, and we'll get our first glimpse of the new Need for Speed title next month at the EA Play event in Los Angeles. When Need for Speed 2017 launches, players will be able to enjoy the game offline. Ghost Games also mentions canyons, which means we might be heading out west.
In the last game, fans praised the open world and customization options, but it was bogged down by a lackluster story. Because that's always the most important part in a racing game, whether you're in a high speed race or trying to duck the cops.
They're keeping information on the up-coming release close to their chests, but have revealed a few details on the new game before we hear more at EA Play in June.
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"Customization, we love it, you love it, everyone loves it". This meant that you couldn't properly pause the game and that no matter what you were always interacting with the online component. Well, Ghost Games have taken all your feedback, and is ready to craft the ultimate Need for Speed experience.
Whether you're checking out your freshly customized ride or smoking the competition in an event up in the canyons, you're going to want a world that not only looks lovely, but offers you the space in which to do the things you want.
It also promised that it wouldn't be "going quiet" in the lead-up to the announcement of its next game, although aside from a July 2016 note that Need for Speed was being added to Origin Access, that's exactly what happened. We're dialing up the action and allowing you to tear up the tarmac, and dirt, to your heart's content.