By the end of 2019, Need for Speed has introduced a new installment with the enticing Heat. Causing a variety of opinions, some of us loved it (to refresh) and others not so much, because Ghost Games, the developers of Electronic Arts who have owned this Franchise since 2015, seem to continue to make the same mistakes over and over. With four games gone after him: Demand Risk, Need for Speed in 2015, Need for Speed Payment and Need for Speed Heat, part of the critics couldn't finish giving him the approval they were looking for.
It looks like electronic art, they are very happy with the results, and even though they have given the green light to the film at this point, they want to give the new Need for Speed a try and offer the next installment in Criterion Games, creators Burnout saga and most recently Most Wanted, which exactly when it was the one that excited everyone, except the fans of the Underground era, who saw how their atmosphere of neons and humanity disappeared into the arcade theme at such a high speed and surprisingly well worth it.
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Ghost Games was on the right track with the need for Speed Heat and in fact, the title had the potential to continue to make use of many better players, possibly the weakest and least central to the latest installments. But seeing this change, perhaps the Heat left, is something we will definitely know when these interactions are made through official channels.
We just imagine what the next Need for Speed will be. Will We Have 2 The Most We Want? Will they continue the tradition of redemption and strengthen it? Of course Criterion has a good record in the background for these stories to entertain fans of the saga and most of all, for those who expect a great arcade driving theme, something this generation, ruled by the Forza Horizon saga.