Slightly Mad Studios is known for delivering racing titles ever since they launched Need for Speed: Shift in After all, the courses come packed with right turns, narrow pathways and an environment that is sure to catch the attention of players leaving it a real challenge to keep your bike on track when barreling down the road. In fact, there is so much revenue for the franchise that there is now a new incentive means to deliver another entertainment media for fans of the IP. Apparently, players will be able to build up cars, fix them and offer a tune-up. Players can tune the engine, suspension, wheels, and even the steering to name just a few key areas. The full set of features that will come out for this game has yet to be unveiled but we do know that there will be a large selection of vehicles to choose from when racing down the track. Instead, we got a few glimpses into the game where we can see fast cars, gunplay and of course plenty of explosions. With that said, players should expect the next game to include a combination of work put into the series from the past, present, and future.
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