Need for Speed Launching on PC in March
EA has recently confirmed that a PC version for Need for Speed will come in March. The PC version will support 4K resolution, wheel peripherals such as Logitech, Fanatec and Thrustmaster, as well as unlocked frame-rate. Fans can also expect to see a manual transmission update that will also be included in the PC version. While this update will also be included in the console version of the game, the release date has not been provided yet. The members of Origin Access will be able to play the game for free on PC for a limited time starting March 10th. The progress made in the trial version will be saved into the full game as with all the other access trials. The fans can pre-order the Deluxe edition of the game through Origin on PC and get a BMW M3 E46 and more.
The released PC version will come equipped with all the tweaks that have been made in the game since its release on the consoles, as reported by VG 24/7
In a company blog post, the game developers, Ghost Games, revealed that the PC version of Need for Speed will run at a frame rate higher than the consoles. The game is capable of delivering 4K visuals if your computer is up for it.
The PC edition of the game is a sequel to last year's console version. The developer team said that the extra time was used to "create the definitive NFS PC experience." All the previous updates from the console will be updated on the PC edition which includes icons and legends. The new showcase update will be made available on PC soon after its official launch, says GameSpot