Need for Speed ​​postponed to 2022

Chronicle Need for Speed ​​postponed to 2022 The next game Need for Speed, which studio Criterion Games is working on, won’t be released before 2022. The reason for this postponement, however, is to focus on releasing one more game this year, and Electronic Arts is eagerly awaited by fans: Battlefiled 6. Salomé returns to it in that first newspaper of the day. The next episode of the Need for Speed ​​saga won’t see the light of day in 2020 or 2021. Laura Miele, the director of Electronic Arts Studios announced that the game’s launch has been postponed to 2022. After the Gran Turismo 7 postponement, car games don’t seem like publishers’ priority. The cause: The studio Criterion Games was called to the rescue together with DICE in order to prepare another big game, which is planned for the end of the year.

Battlefield 6 at the expense of NFS

Electronic Arts has therefore decided to send the Criterion Games teams to help DICE prepare for the next battlefield. Indeed, the game, much anticipated by fans of the series, should be released by the end of the year. These two studios have already worked together on Star Wars Battlefront as well as the Battle Royal mode of Battlefield 5. So this choice comes as no surprise to EA. And if one can wonder why Battlefield at the expense of Need For Speed, Laure Miele states that the game has “incredible potential” and that they want to “make an excellent Battlefield game”. ALL CHRONICLES OF DAILY JVCOM By Wuzi_, writing by jeuxvideo.com MP