Need For Speed Heat is going to release on November 8th and we are going to get a gameplay trailer of the game at Gamescom 2019. The Need For Speed franchise has not done so well in the last couple of releases and fans are hoping that things will be different this time. With that in mind, here are 5 things that we would like to see in Need For Speed Heat.
Proper Car Customization
When it comes to car customization, things do not get any better than Need For Speed Underground 2. That is the level of detail and customization that the fans want from the upcoming title. Players should have the freedom of customizing any part of the car and adding features that do not make any sense whatsoever. That is what Need For Speed is all about and I hope that this is going to be possible in the upcoming game.
Whenever there is an action shot, players want it to happen in real-time rather than cutting to an action scene. Cutscenes are great when it comes to developing the story but no one wants to drive like crazy and pull off drift just to get a pre-rendered cutscene in the end. Let the player have control over the action. Pre-rendered cutscenes were something that spoiled the previous title for many players and I hope that the developers have learned from that and will not repeat the mistake again.
Next Level Graphics
This would not be a need for speed game if the cars do not look good. This time we want realistic graphics and proper physics that actually make you feel like you are in a high-speed race. It is about time that the developers get that right. Players do not want a downgraded game. They want what they are shown during the big reveal.
Variety Of Cars
To make a proper racing game, you need to have a wide variety of cars to choose from. Players want to be able to drive classic rides like the Ford Mustang but they also want to be able to experience new cars and concept models as well.
It is safe to say that there is no room for microtransactions in a Need For Speed game. EA might want to make more money by using this approach in every game that it launched and it has worked in games like FIFA and Madden but it does not make any sense in a Need For Speed game. I hope that EA realizes that this time and that there are no microtransactions when the game comes out.
Let us know what you think about Need For Speed Heat and whether or not you are interested in playing the game come November 8th.