By Efe Udin
The official arrival of the new Need for Speed Unbound 2022 has been announced. The official announcement reveals that this game will be available on December 2nd. Need for Speed Unbound 2022 will land on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X|S platforms. The announcement also reveals that players who pre-order can play the game 3 days in advance. This means that at the end of November, those who pre-order will exclusively have the game. The official announcement partly reads
“Play Need for Speed Unbound on Origin, Steam and the Epic Game Store on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC starting December 2nd for $69.99. Pre-order Need for Speed Unbound Premium Edition for $79.99 and enjoy luxury products created in partnership with Palace Skateboards. This includes four stunning custom cars, a costume pack, driving effects, decals and license plates, character poses and flags figure. Become an EA Play member and get 10 hours early access to Need for Speed Unbound. Beginning November 29th, EA Play Pro members can get unlimited access to the Premium Edition of Need for Speed Unbound”
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Need for Speed Unbound comes with hit soundtracks
This game comes with a genre-defying soundtrack from pioneering artists in the hip-hop world. It has soundtracks from recording artists, A$AP Rocky and AWGE. A$AP Rocky’s new track “Sh*ttin’ Me” will be official globally in the trailer Starter. The announcement also reads
“On December 2, 2022, “Need for Speed: Uninhibited” will hit PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC at the same time. Race against the clock, outsmart the cops and compete in weekly qualifying matches for the big event: Lakeshore Ultimate Street Challenge. Fill your garage with precision-tuned custom race cars, light up the streets with your unique style, exclusive fittings and vibrant global music, making waves in every corner of the world”
In 2021, EA announced that the new Need for Speed game will be delayed by a year. This is because developer Criterion Games was transferred to support the development of “Battlefield 2042”. Also, EA said in February 2020 that it had handed over the development of Need for Speed to Criterion Games. The company also plans to reorganize Ghost Games. Recall that Ghost Games is responsible for the latest work in the “Need for Speed” series in 2019’s “Need for Speed: Heat”.