Electronic Arts has released an update for their critically acclaimed racing title, Need for Speed 2015. The update brings fixes for issues that were present in some sections of the game and adds some new features in the game.
According to the patch notes, the update adds Snapshot Pro Mode, a lot of customization options along with the most demanded feature, custom License Plates. In addition to this, you will also observe some improvements in the multiplayer portion of the game. You can have a look at the full patch notes of Need for Speed 2015 Showcase Update below.
Showcase Update Full Patch Notes:
- New Feature: Wrap Sharing
- New Feature: Snapshot Pro Mode
- A new “Splash” screen which gives players information on what is included in the new updates from the Living Game
- A new Snapshot overview screen in the Need for Speed Network menu so you can find out more about your snapshots
- Improvements to Kickbacks and likes on snapshots
- 100+ new customization items for a variety of cars
- License plates are back. Apply around 10 different license plates to your car for more in depth customization
- We’ve made more improvements and bug fixes to multiplayer. You can now play with like-minded people, if you want to play competitive then you can now select this option when matchmaking and join a world with people who also want to play competitive.
- 3 new Trophies and achievements
- Drive through a Gas Station and repair your car on the fly.
- A variety of tweaks and improvements including AI, player feedback, Gameplay and World
- Fixed a couple of bugs for Eddie’s challenge
- Multiple stability fixes
Showcase Update has a total size of 1.75GB and is now available for download on PS4 and Xbox One. You can see the details about these new features on Need for Speed’s official website.
Need for Speed is an open-world racing title which was released on November 3, 2015 for PS4 and Xbox One, while the PC version of the game will be released sometime in 2016. The game is developed by Ghost Games and published by Electronic Arts.
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