NEED FOR SPEED HOT PURSUIT - REMASTERED Box Art and Images Leak Online Ahead of Official Reveal

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NEED FOR SPEED HOT PURSUIT - REMASTERED Box Art and Images Have Leaked Online Ahead of Official Reveal

Electronic Arts is expected to officially announce Need for Speed Hot Pursuit - Remastered tomorrow, but plenty of concrete details about the new version of Criterion Games' hit project have already leaked online.

Although EA is going to showcase Need for Speed Hot Pursuit - Remastered on Monday (at 7AM PT), Twitter user Renka Schedule has come across a listing for the game featuring some interesting bits of information.

According to Renka Schedule, the long-rumoured Need for Speed Hot Pursuit - Remastered will arrive on PS4 and Nintendo Switch on November 6, 2020 and will be priced at ¥4,299 (~$39,99). It's worth remembering that Amazon UK has already "confirmed" that the fast-approaching game will also be available on Xbox One.

Fans of Criterion's game should be happy to hear that Need for Speed Hot Pursuit - Remastered will include an improved version of the original, 3 DLC packs — Armed & Dangerous, Lamborghini Untamed, and Porsche Unleashed — and 30 never-before-seen challenges (delivering more than 6 hours of brand-new gameplay).

As expected, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit - Remastered is being developed by Stellar Entertainment, the team behind Burnout Paradise Remastered. Unlike their previous title, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit - Remastered will support cross-play, giving PS4, XBO, and NS players the chance to experience its online modes together.

Take a look at the box art and first screenshots for Need for Speed Hot Pursuit - Remastered down below:


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