Need for Speed developer Ghost Games has announced that the PC version of Need for Speed has been pushed back in order to meet fans’ expectations of the game. Originally scheduled for release on November 3, this version has been pushed back into 2016.
As of this writing, Spring 2016 is the new launch window. The developer wants to make sure that PC version of Need for Speed will be delivered as a good port of the game. Ghost Games gave the example of wanting to unlock frame-rates, something that most PC fans will agree that is the best way to play a game.
The visuals of the game is also something the developer is aiming for. The team is wanting to make sure the game looks its best for when the game launches on PC.
The studio also said that PC players can expect Need for Speed to ship with all the content updates that have been released on the Xbox One and PS4 prior to release. This means that the game will be up to date with its console brothers.
The PS4 and Xbox One versions of Need for Speed are still on track to release on November 3. Sometime in the coming weeks, EA and Ghost Games will host a beta for the game. Head over to the beta page for your chance to get a spot in the beta.
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