Sponsored by Volvo for sure. Crossing my fingers as well for the game.please be good, please be good, please be good....
Looks like they went with a heavy cop setting, a la Most Wanted. Which is great, it was one of the best of the series. The past few games, the modifying has been awesome, and it looks like they're bringing that back, which is also great.
Now it's just hoping that the main plot actually makes sense, and takes you longer than 20 hours to finish.
Also, a heavy focus on the new Volvo V90 in that trailer...
Oh man TestarossaAnother double post, because I keep finding new shit on the subreddit.
Here's the car list.
' 92 Honda NSX and '99 Skyline are in it, so I'm good. Also, the fucking Ferrari Testarossa is here! Combined with the night setting, and the neon looks from the trailers, I'm ready for some outrun aesthetics.
Offroading with a 240Z? Wat.So I've played around with the NFS Studio app today. It's just a little thing that shows off every car, and customization options. I hope that it's not everything there is in the actual game though, because some options really were lacking. The body kits for the 240Z seem to be geared towards off-roading, and nothing for some nice street builds. The cars are being drip-fed, with a new batch dropping every week. The wrap editor is as advertised: it's fully there. Pick shapes, resize and place them, and change colors. It works surprisingly smooth.
Supposedly, you can save designs you make, and then use those designs in the actual game.
Still, it's free. And it's nice to toy around with while waiting for something to download or something, I guess.