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Need for Speed 30-Minute Footage Shows Extensive Customization and Initial Cutscenes

By   /   Oct 30, 2015

Need for Speed; a reboot and the latest installment in EA’s long running racing game franchise releases on Nov. 3, 2015 for PS4 and Xbox One.

However, Xbox One users with EA Access get to play the game for free and before the release date for up to 10 hours.

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Footage for the first 30 minutes of the game is now available for interested players to see how the game looks and performs.

While the video may not exactly cover the initial 30 minutes since it has been edited to show some races, but it does contain all the early cut-scenes and vehicle customization so those worried about spoilers — since this game seems to have a story mode — might want to avoid the video!

Need for Speed is developed by Ghost Games, the studio behind Need for Speed: Rivals — which pretty much marked the return to form for the NFS franchise – will only be available on next generation consoles and PC. The PC version, however, has been delayed to Spring 2016.