Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered feature

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit – Remaster versus Original Comparison Screenshots

Electronic Arts has released some comparison screenshots between the upcoming remaster and the original versions of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit. These comparison screenshots showcase the graphical improvements that the team has made to this upcoming remaster.

For these comparisons, EA used the original PC version, running at 1080p on Max Settings. So yeah, these screenshots will showcase the improvements of the remaster over the original PC version.

According to the team, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered features new and more destructible assets. It also packs better shadows quality and distances. Buildings have been replaced with richer and more colourful versions with higher quality models and textures. Not only that, but players can expect a better lighting system at night.

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered will release on November 6th, and will be available on both Steam and Origin. Here are also its official PC system requirements.

Enjoy (remaster is on the left, whereas the original version is on the right)!

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