Need for Speed 2015 trial now available, week before launch
Need for Speed, which is set to arrive on November 3, now has a free trial version for Xbox One owners who have subscribed to EA Access. The trial has an upper time limit of 10 hours.
The game can be downloaded through the EA Access app on Xbox One or via Xbox.com. The download size of the game is a hefty 18.18 GB. Unlike other trials, this one will save your progress for the full game if you buy it.
The new Need for Speed, according to its description, will feature five game modes: Speed, Style, Build, Crew and Outlaw. It will also feature real-world icons of urban car scene like Magnus Walker, Ken Block, Nakai-San, Risky Devil, and Morohoshi-San. The game will also require an internet connection to be played.
For those who do not know, EA Access is a subscription-based gaming service, which provides early access to upcoming EA Games. Subscribers also have access to an ever-growing library of games and a 10% discount on digital EA purchases on Xbox One.
Need for Speed is set to launch on November 3 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The PC version of the game, however, will arrive later in spring next year.