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Need for Speed Heat Gets Launch Trailer


See what the streets of Ghost Games and EA’s Need for Speed Heat hold for players with the launch trailer for the game.

Set to come to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 8, Need for Speed Heat transports players to Palm City. This new open world area will have street racers compete in sanctioned events by day and underground races by night. To take the streets by storm, players will be given the ability to upgrade and customize a roster of more than 120 cars.

You can watch the launch trailer below:

Need for Speed™ Heat Official Launch Trailer

For those that’d like to get a head start, the car customization app NFS Heat Studio can allow users to create the stylish, incredible designs of their dreams. To date, more than 100,000 fans have created a custom car in the app.

Source: Press Release
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