Reportedly, Electronic Arts have been working extra hard on the PC version with eye-candy being presented first and foremost. What sort of eye-candy?
Unlocked framerates and a 4k resolution are just two of the improvements being touted for the title’s release on the PC.
“We’re incredibly proud of how good Need for Speed looks visually, a sentiment we know many of you share, and we’re excited to show you the game running at a higher frame rate,” An EA press release reads.
The extra time and effort has delivered what is being termed as a ‘definitive NFS PC experience’. This would include the inclusion of Manual Transmission as well as steering wheel support for a selection of wheels from Logitech, Thrustmaster and Fanatec. As with Manual Transmission this is a decision taken based purely on Community feedback.
When Need for Speed launches on PC it will also contain all the improvements and tweaks made to the other platform versions up to now, including both the Icons and Legends updates from day one. The Showcase update is currently scheduled to arrive on PC shortly after launch.
The PC version of ‘Need For Speed’ will be releasing on March 15th. However, Origin Access members can play the game early for a limited time, starting March 10. If this is the nudge gamers need to join Origin Access, that can be done here.