EA is gearing up for the full unveil of its new Need For Speed multiplatform racer. Gone are the canyon-races of Carbon and in comes a new focus. We've got our hands on the first trailer too!
Need For Speed: Pro Street has got nothing at all to do with FIFA Street. In fact, if you look closely the trailer doesn't even say it's actually called Pro Street, but we know it is because there's a scan of a Polish mag doing the rounds with 'Need For Speed: Pro Street' on the cover.
The trailer doesn't give too much away, as the full reveal is expected to land on May 31; possibly even earlier if people can transcribe the Polish magazine's article. But look closely and you'll see crash damage alongside references to trading paint, which looks to be the big new feature for the series. Could Need For Speed be getting a little more serious and taking on a simulation approach?
The focus of the title remains a mystery but we're banking on it featuring track and street racing. Track racing because the trailer shows a car on a track and street racing because it's called Pro Street. See what we did there?
Need For Speed games usually blitz every gaming system around at the time of release, but from the first footage released, it looks to be taking on a next-gen approach for Xbox 360 and PS3. they're defiantly not GBA graphics...
Check out the movie and check back on May 31 for the full reveal of Need for Speed: Pro Street.