10 reviews in Opencritic (74 average): https://opencritic.com/game/8182/need-for-speed-heat
It's a good looking game on the X at many time of the day except for when it's sunny without rain than it looks alright yet the pop in of the grass and shadows is noticeable during the day and at night it's less so.
TBH unless you are paying for a top of the line GPU and are playing at 1080p the PC version just about hits it on most machines.
Criterion is working on a new IP.
While I have not played it the handling doesn't appear to be the main issue anymore. The game offers different playstyles which is ok for a arcade racer. What bothers me in that Grip gameplay is how the side of that building might as well consist of gum cause the car almost hops back on the circuit without any direct consequences. It should at least slow you down like in GT.
Those were both good reads. Very well done reviews.Eurogamer’s review is surprisingly mostly positive. And I must admit the more I play it’s slowly growing on me.
And IGN gave it a good review!!!
In the two play sessions i had the game crashed once per session. Both racing but during the day (at least the second one), on PS4.
It's crashed on my 5 times today.
How do you use Spotify on the X while playing NFS?Wow. I am actually having fun with a Need for Speed game for once in a long time. Playing on the One X, and it’s a blast so far. I got the ultimate edition, so how do I know I am getting the extra 5% bank and rep? It’s unclear. Thank goodness for Spotify, because the soundtrack is a creamy yet somehow super sticky chunk of feces that could not be wiped away with any amount of toilet paper, super strong name brand or otherwise, or washed away by any expensive premium bidet, and in fact might take a surgical procedure so expensive that you will pay for the rest of your life even after meeting the deductible on your insurance.