Need for Speed: Most Wanted

A Need for Speed: Most Wanted Remake is Seemingly Coming Next Year

According to a recent post from actor Simone Bailly, who worked as a voice actor in the original Need for Speed: Most Wanted game, a remake of the game is currently in development and will launch sometime in 2024. The now deleted post also tagged Criterion Games, which took over Need for Speed development back in 2020.  Need for Speed: Most Wanted launched on November 15, 2005 for PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, Game Boy Advance and Xbox 360. A remake has not been announced by Electronic Arts.

The game’s details via the publisher:

The open-world action in Need for Speed™ Most Wanted gives you the freedom to drive your way. Hit jumps and shortcuts, switch cars, lie low, or head for terrain that plays to your vehicle’s unique strengths. Fight your way past cops and rivals using skill, high-end car tech, and tons of nitrous. It’s all about you, your friends, and a wild selection of cars. Let’s see what you can do.

Key features

Experience nonstop action — No menus, no lobbies, and no restrictions — just intense competition. Race, battle, crash, and explore at your own pace with a massive variety of things to do (and rewards to collect) throughout the open world.

Prove you’re the best — Pick a car & jump into a nonstop playlist of competitive events in online mode. Influence the playlist by voting with your car. Jostle for position on the starting line. Cross the finish line and turn around to take out oncoming rivals.

Beat your friends — Autolog records everything you do, broadcasting a feed of your most newsworthy scores, speeds, and times to your friends — and you’ll see there’s too. Whatever you do, there’s someone to beat.

Test your urban handling skills — Need for Speed Most Wanted delivers a deep, physical experience that showcases the personalities of awesome licensed cars. Experience insane speeds, spectacular crashes, aggressive driving, and huge drifts.

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