New teaser trailer for Need for Speed: No Limits shows us dazzling and intense gameplay
posted by Peter K. / Jan 06, 2015, 12:34 PM
We've already showed you the very first video teaser for EA's upcoming Need for Speed racing title - Need for Speed: No Limits - which is slated to hit iOS and Android sometime in 2015. Well, the publisher decided to rekindle the anticipation of the fans by treating those fans eager to give the new NFS title a spin a brand new gameplay teaser trailer.
Frankly said, the gameplay footage is nothing short of impressive and will hints at some pretty intense and dramatic arcade racing experience. We should also mention that the actual developer behind the title is nobody else than Firemonkeys, the game studio responsible for arguably the best mobile racing game - Real Racing 3. At this point, it looks like this is one of the main highlights surrounding the upcoming NFS title.
Provided that EA finds a way to implement an acceptable IAP system and doesn't scare the fans away, Need for Speed: No Limits might turn out to be a favorite of many gearheads that simply love to play games on their phones.
You can check out the teaser trailer right below.
via: Android Central
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So sad most high end android devices aren't powerfull enough for this.
posted on Jan 06, 2015, 2:14 PM 0
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Im sure it'll run off most android phones made in the last 2 years. The graphics they show off are probably from the highest end available devices, some phones will be able to run it just not with those visuals.
posted on Jan 06, 2015, 8:29 PM 0
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There is NO acceptable IAP system for consumers at least for now, and I highly doubt that any developers are interested in making one.
posted on Jan 06, 2015, 2:33 PM 0
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No Windows support....EA is missing out on a huge market as Windows PCs have the majority of the computer market and with Windows 8.1/10, they could have made a universal app so it could run on all form factors including the phone. The sole reason I buy Windows version of games that are available on all platforms is the amazing thing that is Universal Apps. Nothing beats playing a game on your phone, tablet, laptop, desktop and have your progress sync on every screen. Oh well. I won't buy this for my iOS and Android device but I guarantee I will buy it if it comes to Windows. EA, stop being shortsighted!
posted on Jan 06, 2015, 5:43 PM 1
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This is a mobile game, and developers will most likely lose money if they made it for windows, according to the current market share. Also there's no point talking about windows 10, when its not even out yet and it will be full of bugs when it comes out. Only hardcore gamers, which are a minority would play the same game on there phone, tablet, laptop and pc. I dont even see a reason why you would want to play a mobile game on PC. Seeing how you only want to buy this game on windows and not android or iOS, im beginning to think you just dislike android and iOS because they get all the good games.
posted on Jan 08, 2015, 7:32 AM 0
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