A few hours after its official announcement, Need For Speed Unbound reveals its first images in an amazing leak.
Definitely, the world of the internet does not forgive video game studios. After Rockstar and the big GTA 6 leak, it’s EA’s turn to undergo the same treatment, to a lesser extent of course. The firm, which is preparing to launch the celebrations around its next game need for speedHe was taken aback and the first unofficial images of the game are already in circulation.
It is on Twitter where the information is transmitted, with a starting point that goes back to the Japanese site Neowing, although this October 6 should rather be marked by the announcement of the game in good and due form. The shared images reveal to us a game universe radically different from the one we have known in the past, especially after the summer coexistence of Need for heat speed.
We see bright colors, custom cars spinning at night, as well as a very Japanese aesthetic, which makes us think of an anime. This is most noticeable in the patterns of one of the cars and in the character designs. At the moment, nothing confirms that these images are going to be the very essence of the racing game, but with the trend of anime becoming more and more important, this artistic choice would not be so surprising.
To find out more -and officially-, EA gives us an appointment today at 5:00 p.m. on its YouTube channel for a first trailer that we eagerly await. It must be said that the studio has a lot to prove to fans of the franchise. need for speed but also to all the players who have recently been disappointed by their development choices. We will not return to the fiasco of battlefield 2042but many players hope that this experience has taught them a lesson.
During the announcement, EA should confirm the title of Unlimited need for speed which was also leaked a few months ago. And since it will be available in 2022, we should be entitled to the exact release date, which some believe is December 2. Subject to follow.
— Need for Speed (@NeedforSpeed) October 4, 2022