New Need for Speed Heat video showcases its extended vehicle customization system [UPDATE]

Need for Speed Heat releases on November 8th and a new video surfaced today, showcasing its extended vehicle customization system. Thus, we strongly suggest watching this as it will give you a glimpse at how you can customize your car.

Alongside your typical customization options (like changing rims, spoilers and colour), Need for Speed: Heat will offer some additional cool options. For instance, you can create your own car stickers and you can place the available logos wherever you want. This is something that will please a lot of car lovers out there, so kudos to Ghost Games.

Need for Speed Heat will send players to Palm City; a brand-new open world where street racers have gathered to make their names known. By day, players compete in the Speedhunters Showdown, a sanctioned competition where they earn Bank to customise and upgrade their garage of high-performance cars. At night, players risk it all to build their Rep in underground races where a rogue police task force roams the streets, ready to take racers down and swipe all their earnings.

Ghost Games has also stated that NFS Heat will not feature any loot boxes or microtransactions. There will also be an offline mode. So yeah, things are looking pretty good for this new Need for Speed game.

Enjoy the following video and stay tuned for more!



Apparently this video is from Need for Speed Payback and not from Need for Speed: Heat. The YouTuber did not clarify that, which is really misleading. Since we don’t have any access to the game (meaning that we don’t know how the customization menu looks like in Heat), we were also tricked by this video. Shame on us, obviously.

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