Need For Speed No Limits

Need For Speed No Limits Gets Teaser Trailer Showing Off Captivating Graphics

January 6, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

Need For Speed games are among some of the better racers out there, and they’re virtually on every platform imaginable, including Android. Need For Speed No Limits will be EA’s next game in the franchise and is slated for release later on in 2015, and if you’ve seen anything on this game yet(which likely hasn’t been much)you might be just as hyped as we are. EA and Firemonkeys(the development team behind Need For Speed Most Wanted on Android)have released a new teaser trailer for us to salivate over, and all we have to say is that the visuals look down right amazing.

With that said, after you give it a watch(it’s only 30-40 seconds long)keep in mind that the best looking parts of the video are not gameplay. They’re the cinematics. That isn’t to say the gameplay doesn’t look astonishing though. On the contrary it looks awesome and even better than Need For Speed Most Wanted. No doubt there will be a limit as to what devices will be able to truly handle with ease the graphics rendering of this game, but if you have a rather high-end device that is fairly current you should be more than OK.

While there isn’t a ton of detail that can be picked up from the short video, it does point out a few key details that we can expect from the game when it launches. We’ll be seeing some of the standard Need For Speed attributes we’ve come to know over the years, like plenty of car customization from rims, to tires, paint jobs, decals and more, and of course there will be some auto tuning to be done with engine upgrades as well as the ever popular nitro boosts. There’s also police chases and from what it looks like we should be able to expect a pretty wide range of vehicle types from the likes of Porsche, Nissan, Acura, Toyota, Scion and others. There’s no word on when we’ll see this game launch, but we do know it’s coming to Google Play and the end of the video states that it’s “coming soon,” which might actually means soon or it could mean the end of the summer. Anyone excited for this?