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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is getting remastered for PC, consoles and is out in November

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit came out in 2010 that had racers going up against cops and has been a hot favourite amongst video gamers for a while now.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit came out in 2010 that had racers going up against cops and has been a hot favourite amongst video gamers for a while now. (EA)

The remastered Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is going to be available on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

Much-loved racing game Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit from the house of Criterion is getting a remaster and you will soon be able to play it on the PC as well as your consoles. The Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered will be out on November 6 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and on November 13 for Nintendo Switch.

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit came out in 2010 that had racers going up against cops and has been a hot favourite amongst video gamers for a while now. While the core concept of the races will remain unchanged, as far as the remastered version is concerned, on the first thing you will notice is the visual upgrade that will be taking advantage of new hardware that’s available now and also that you can play this game with your friends no matter what system they are playing it on.

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered comes with all of the DLC released for the original game as well as an updated photo mode and brand-new achievements reports The Verge.

There is also the Autolog, which was the social network within the first game that kept you abreast with your friends’ accomplishments, which is coming back. So now you can brag about what you have achieved on the streets of Seacrest County.

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Players will be able to enjoy different frame rates, even in 4K, depending on the platform they are playing on. On PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, the game runs in 1080p at 30fps, while PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X players can pick between a 1080p 60fps performance mode and a 4K 30fps “fidelity mode.”

On PC, you can play in 4K at a maximum of 60fps.

This cap on frame rate has been put in place to create an even playing field in multiplayer, explained the game developers.

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered was developed by EA-owned Criterion and Stellar Entertainment, who also worked on 2018’s Burnout Paradise Remastered. The game will cost $39.99 ( 2,925 approx) on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch and $29.99 ( 2,194 approx) on Steam and Origin.

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