The launch of Need for Speed Unbound, the newest installment of Electronic Arts hit racing series, is approaching fast. Therefore, articles with fresh information are regularly posted on the official site.
The next one described the activities that are available in the open world, some of which are somewhat reminiscent of the Grand Theft Auto series.
Gamers will be able to play as a cab driver. Every so often we will be contacted by a driver stuck somewhere and in need of transportation.
Once we pick up the passenger, we will start being chased by policemen and will have to escape them and get the passenger to his hideout. If we get caught, we earn nothing.
If we are successful, we will not only get paid, but additionally this hideout will be unlocked at our disposal.
Missions will also appear with driving away cars of unknown origin (most likely stolen) to indicated addresses. These missions will differ in the levels of the manhunt and in whether time or the condition in which we will deliver the car will count.
For the latter, it’ll be a good idea to repair the damages if you wreck your machine while driving, before arriving at your destination.
There will be also various types of finds, and attractions more typical of racing games, like speed cameras, Drift zones and jumps.
Also mentioned in the article is a new gameplay mode in the form of Takeover. Let’s recall that Need for Speed Unbound is heading for PC and Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 consoles, with a release date of December 2 this year.