I have a lot of love for Movies especially science fiction however nothing beats the fun of sitting behind a screen and playing some hard core FPS games. Apart from them i am a major lover of Assassins Creed titles especially Brotherhood, The Witcher and God Of War. Huge fan of animation director Hayo Mayazaki.
Earlier this month, Need for Speed Head was launched and while most of the fans still had doubts about the game, provided the fact that Need for Speed titles seems to have lost the touch for which they were known, especially some previous titles. However, this latest news seems to have added otherwise. As it turns out that the devs at Ghost Games are receiving quite a lot of positive numbers from the users. According to the devs, Need For Speed Heat has set a franchise record for most players at launch in the console generation.
This is pretty remarkable as mentioned previously, this is something that some of the previous NFS titles were not able to achieve. While some of the old classic NFS titles, like Underground, Underground 2, Most Wanted, Carbon, were some that were really loved by the audience back in the days.
While there are still some mixed reviews for this game, it still is worth a spin. The game moving ahead from its microtransaction and live service seems to have worked the magic for now but it appears as if, the game has stepped a foot back a little. There are some solid arcade moments but as noticed by many players, the map is pretty limited to its use and while the visuals seem really aesthetic they are not amazing as you notice when you play on a constant level.
As for the cops, some of the players find them a little too annoying, while some are okay with it. If you’d remember, back in the days, cops were the real driving force for this title. However, now interaction with the cops is a little too irritating.
So if you are a racing fan, let alone NFS fan and have not yet played this game, then we would recommend you to play it. This Need for Speed Heat record for the launch week does imply something here but we still are not completely sure what it is.
NFS Heat rolled out on November 8, 2019, and is available across, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game is based on a Frostbite 3 engine developed by Ghost Games and published by EA.