Need for Speed ​​Heat enters the EA Access and Origin Access Basic Vault

Need for Speed ​​Heat enters the EA Access and Origin Access Basic Vault

During the EA Play Live 2020 event, the leaders of the US gaming giant confirmed that Need for Speed ​​Heat, the last chapter of this iconic arcade racing series, officially enters the Vault of "free" games for EA Access subscribers and Origin Access Basic.

In a similar way to the entry of PVZ The Battle of Neighborville on EA Access, once again subscribers to the service can download the full version of the title to PC, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One and access all the contents of the original version, including multiplayer lobbies and main campaign activities.

As illustrated by the good Francesco Fossetti in our review of Need for Speed ​​Heat, the work done by Ghost Games for rejuvenating the playful formulas of the racing saga was appreciable (especially in the tuning system and in the aesthetic modifications), but it turned out to be out of focus as regards the driving model, the the size of the scenario and the variety of accessible modes, especially in light of the high quality level achieved by competing productions (Forza Horizon 4 above all).

To those who follow us, we finally remember that the debut of EA Access on Steam is close, as reiterated by the same American company coinciding with the last digital show that showed, among other things, the first FIFA 21 video to confirm its arrival also on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X at the end of the year, together with the launch of Sony and Microsoft nextgen consoles.

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