Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by WhiteLightning, Aug 14, 2019.
Maybe it has something to do with this?
"EA announced plans in February 2020 to return Ghost Games to an engineering support studio for all of EA, while moving the Need for Speed license back to Criterion."
NFS Heat of course being developed by Ghost games, I guess they have moved on at this point in time?
If we are honest Nfs games are not that good lately so licence going back isnt that bad.
Still, despite all perfromance issues, cpu load, stuttering, it still looks and runs better than ps4 ver. Therefor why question ...
Not having any issues on ps4 tbh, i have game mode on and hdr
Well, I finally got the game, the price is right for me now. What a great NFS this is. About time to, I wonder if this game will beat Most Wanted from 2005. I hope so.
Its a mixed bag on eyecandy but I think it beats Dirt4 and better optimised.
Probably the best nfs since 2005 for sure
I see in the Garage that the Beemer from the 2005 Most wanted is in there.
TY HH. Taken advantage of new feature.
This game is pretty CPU intensive. Even though I'm GPU limited, CPU usage goes into the 80%s during races.
NEED4SPD died after HP 2010.. no need to play those garbages
Indeed. Forza is where its at until EA get the crap together and finally remasters the underground 1/2.
I enjoyed the hell out of nfs 2015, that game had a lot of fan base at the time as i remember