‘Need for Speed Rivals’ E3 Gameplay Demo

EA has provided the Need for Speed Rivals gameplay demo, that was shown during EA’s E3 press conference.

The gameplay demo showcases the players ability to drive as the Racer, or the Cops during this extended gameplay demo.

Need for Speed Rivals will release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on November 21 in Australia, while US audiences will receive the game on November 19. Rivals will also be releasing on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but the next generation iteration has no release date at this time.

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5 thoughts on “‘Need for Speed Rivals’ E3 Gameplay Demo

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  2. I’m probably the first person you’ve heard say this but, I’ve never ever played an NFS game… and racing is one of my favourite genres! This game looks good but to me, just not amazing but then again, we do have the next gen ahead of us which won’t fail. ;) If I played racing games all this gen though, I’d probably get bored. There are some unique games out there but it’s difficult to make realistic games much more improved because they can’t exactly go all out and have futuristic hovercars in Bespin or a desert buggy game… or could they?

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    • Burnout was really fun but in the end Split/Second Velocity won me over even though it was just one game. It was amazing and had lots intense gameplay, especially when there were rockets shooting at you and you had enough points to divert an aircraft in to the race track. :D

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    • Heard great things about that game, hard for me to hunt down racing games these days though. I did buy Driver San Francisco the other day

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