Earlier in the week, Electronic Arts announced Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered, the update of one of the most beloved installments of the franchise and the first that Criterion Games carried out.
And as often happens in these cases, the comparisons between different versions have not taken long to see the light. There are already several that put this side-by-side remaster and the original versions of PC and Xbox 360, published in 2010.
The result, being a version that arrives ten years later, is very discreet. Of course, there is a jump concerning the Xbox 360 version in the resolution, the drawing distance, or the shadows. Still, we look at the original PC version; the differences are attenuated until they are, in many respects, almost invisible.
Thus, it seems clear that the trump card of this remaster is in the content and not in the technical: remember that in addition to all the DLC released at the time, the game will include the system Autolog and up to six additional hours of content and 30 challenges new. All of this can be enjoyed with or against any player thanks to crossplay, one of the most outstanding additions.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered will arrive on November 6 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and it will be a week later, on November 13, when it can be enjoyed on Nintendo Switch.
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