Need for Speed: is it any good? This mini-review will give you an idea

By Stephany Nunneley
29 October 2015 19:56 GMT

Need for Speed is out next week, and below the fold we’ve posted a mini-review for you.

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Westie takes you through some of the car customization options at the start, and according to the man himself the system was really simple and well-laid out.

As far as getting used to how the cars handle, he said it took him 15 minutes or so to get a grip on it. So, that’s not too bad.

Visually, Westie found it to be a rather stunning game. Playing it on the PS4, he said it displayed somewhere around 900-1080p and ran at 30fps – which is what was confirmed for Xbox One as well.

His only gripe with the game was that it was always online, which he felt wasn’t necessary.

He goes over a bit more in the video, so be sure to give it a watch.

Need for Speed is out on November 3 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One and is available for download now through EA Access.

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