Need for Speed ​​​​Unbound will receive news later this month

From the day On March 21st, Need for Speed ​​Unbound will receive its first post-launch content update called Volume 2. New cars, challenges, events and rewards are some of the news. Check out what EA and Criterion have in store for the game in the trailer below.

The highlight is on the two new cars: Lotus Emira Balmain Edition 2021 and Nissa Fairlady ZG 1971 Epic Custom. The first can be achieved by completing challenges, the second will only be available to subscribers of EA Play, the studio’s subscription service.

What’s new in Need for Speed ​​Volume 2

New challenges

  • 40 new daily challenges
  • 15 new challenges

new events

  • 30 Quick Lap activities
  • 4 New Endurance events
  • 2 New effect lists
  • 2 New Race Playlists
  • Update the existing list


  • New poses (“Ghost” and “Coffee Needed”)
  • New “Bear Champion” effect
  • 6 new banner stickers
  • Lotus Emira Balmain Edition 2021 car

Map Keys DLC

“Want to earn Balance faster? Jump straight to the chase with map keys and unlock the locations of all 260 collectibles (100 Bears, 80 Street Art, and 80 Billboards), as well as 160 Activities to earn rewards at your leisure. “

In addition, the “Rage and Calm” clothing pack of jacket, t-shirt, sweatpants and hat for your avatar will be available in the Need for Speed ​​​​Unbound Volume 2 update.

In our review, Felipe Gugelmin praises the stylized effects, responsive gameplay, and wide variety of cars and parts. On the other hand, the open world has few interesting activities, a campaign that develops separately from multiplayer and police chases, which become annoying after a while.

“The game is a fun racing experience that brings something different than other games to the style. While I would have liked to see more elements with the development studio’s face and an even greater addition of stylized visuals in a sequel, Unbound served to prove that Need for Speed ​​still has a place in the world of modern racing games.”

Need for Speed ​​Unbound is available for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. The news listed here arrives for free on March 21st.


The new game evolves the gameplay of Need for Speed ​​​​Heat, but does not justify its open world

Source: EA

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