According to a report on The Chicago Tribune, EA is in talks with John Gatins to develop a movie pitch for “Need for Speed.” The report states Gatins and EA plan to produce the project with George Gatins writing the pitch. It is now being “shopped around Hollywood,” with Warner, Sony and Paramount all said to be interested in the film rights to the racing property, with bids expected in the low-seven figure range with Paramount the current front-runner. Plot details are being kept secret for now, but we’re wondering why the firm hasn’t enlisted the help of Michael Bay on this project.
Rainbow Six Siege is one of the most punishing and inaccessible shooters available today. A big part of that is very much by design, but the game makes little effort to rope in new players.
A $50,000 PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds tournament will be hosted through G:loot’s Global Loot League.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake concept art from Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition makes its way online
Concept art of Final Fantasy 7 Remake is currently on display at Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition in Japan. Images of the exhibit have been posted online.
Need For Speed
Need for Speed Payback is getting online free roam, although we still don't understand why it didn't ship with it last year
Need for Speed Payback is bringing back a much-missed feature. Happy New Year?
Need for Speed Payback Abandoned Cars drip feed starts this week, plus steering wheel support and Speedcross DLC
Need for Speed Payback gets its first DLC and free content update this week.
Need For Speed Film
Need for Speed is, aha, racing towards cinemas, and other puns haphazardly stuck together to craft a long enough lead-in paragraph for this new trailer.
The Need for Speed movie may co-star Captain America’s Dominic Cooper, according to a piece on Variety which states the actor is in negotiations for the film.