“Need For Speed Unbound” feature allows you to build some wild custom cars
Are you excited for Need for Speed Unbound? Color me “cautiously optimistic,” because I could use an old-fashioned open street racer back in my life, with a cop chase, obnoxious characters pushed into cliched plots and off-the-wall cosmetics customization. Today, developer Criterion Games has chosen to focus on the latter, posting some short videos to highlight just how far you’ll be able to take your hardware in the highly anticipated racer.
The answer is “too far”. In one clip, a regular BMW M1 is transformed into what I can only describe as brocar Crossed with a machine designed for the Pikes Peak, several orders of magnitude more drastic than either. Sporty styling does not have a front bumper with a deep splitter and wheels opposing yet beyond the fenders, it almost puts Daytona United States of America Hornet to shame. My condolences to the Stock Retention Brigade, but I’m impressed.
And even the M1 doesn’t compare to what was done to a classic Defender pickup in the next clip, where it crashes to the ground with a cut-out roof, a rolled cage where the back of the cab would be, and a twin turbo blasts through the hood. It is unclear if these are piecemeal mods or part of whole packages that are applied as a package. I suppose they all come together – they tend to work that way with aggressive wide-body mods in most games – but anyway, the Land Rover is easily more extreme than anything I’ve ever seen NFS Before.
Criterion is also teasing new rims – although the only items on display are dinner plate-shaped turbofan engines serving as panels for more designs – and new badges that can be applied in the game’s livery editor. You can fill in Bōsōzoku With exhausts too, as the 240ZG demonstrates above. But arguably the biggest addition to the customization suite is the ability to delete bumpers.
This is something that most games don’t allow you to do. I’d take a guess and say many manufacturers only reluctantly agreed, and a select few (like those with a horse logo) likely won’t play. For compounds that can benefit, it will have a profound effect. Small trailer shows how the previous generation Subaru BRZ And the R34 Skyline GT-R It looks sans fully modified rear fenders, and the results are great.
I had so much fun messing around with buildings NFS Heat. Customization has been greatly underestimated in modern day racers, especially in comparison to the post-race street racing days.The Fast and the Furious 2000s. Looking forward to losing hours in the garage when NFS Not Joined Releases on December 2.
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