Need for Speed ProStreet video shows first in-game footage

1 June 2007
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Need for Speed Carbon on PS2Electronic Arts announced the Need for Speed series is getting a new game with a new direction. No doubt you are shocked by news of the sequel being titled Need for Speed ProStreet, instead of Carbon or Most Wanted.

Developed by EA Black Box, it’s coming out in November 2007 on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, PS2, PSP, Wii, DS, and mobile phones.

Need for Speed ProStreet boasts improved precision driving and more detailed photo-realistic graphics, effectively transporting you to the center of the action. It pushes the “Autosculpt” technology to a new level, allowing you to directly impact your car’s performance for the first time as well as personalize its appearance.

This Need for Speed ProStreet trailer shows the first in-game footage:

Need for Speed ProStreet is a true taste of raw adrenaline and racing with consequences. Every dent, every scratch and every crumpled body panel is a battle scar, proof of your commitment and competitive mettle. With an aggressive and skilled AI system, you become immersed in an unmatched believable race experience. Add in an online mode that EA says will redefine the meaning of competitive social play, giving Need for Speed ProStreet the formula for an emotionally charged street racing showdown.

“Need for Speed ProStreet accelerates street racing culture by providing the ultimate stage for the pursuit of street racing supremacy,” said Executive Producer, Larry LaPierre. “This is a game about building the ultimate performance-tuned battle machine, taking it to multi-disciplinary showdowns all over the world and pitting your skills and reputation against the very best street racers.”


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