First up is a brand new Need for Speed trailer. It's Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, coming out on November 16th from Criterion Games. Craig Sullivan, the Criterion Creative Director, says they want to take it back to the series “roots.” That means exotic cars, epic drives and hot pursuits. It includes a full career as both a racer and a cop.
Next up was the new online service for the game called Need for Speed Autolog. It connects features for players to connect, compare and compete with friends. The program recommends ways to play. It says when you've been beaten and what your rankings are. Now they're going into a head-to-head mode, showing both viewpoints. The track is called Seacrest County. A yellow lamborghini on a bridge overlook with four cop cars in pursuit. It integrates player names into the intro of the games. There are damage meters for the getaway car and a tracked pursuit bounty for good driving. Cops can drop road blocks which gives huge damage for getaway car. Bonus points for close pursuit, high speed, and other such racing elements. Epic wreck shots. Once again, hitting stores on November 16th of this year