Need for Speed 2019 title possibly leaked by Gameware website
Need for Speed is one of the most famous racing game titles to be ever produced for PC gaming. The Need for Speed series became famous with two titles initially, Need for Speed Underground, launched in 2003 and Need for Speed Most Wanted, launched in 2005.
After that many successful ‘Need for Speed’ titles came into existence including Need for Speed: Shift (2009), Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010), Need for Speed: The Run (2011) and Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012).
All Need for Speed titles released after the Most Wanted (2012), did not leave an impact on players or the community. On the other end, Forza started becoming more popular, when it was made available to PC users in 2016.
But the EA is once again back in business, and the next Need for Speed title is currently in development. Need for Speed 2019 is expected to be released in the second half of the year.
But it seems like one German gaming website ‘Gameware’ has leaked out Need for Speed 2019 title. As per the listing of the website, the upcoming Need for Speed will be called Need for Speed Heat.
Currently, the game is only listed for Xbox One and PlayStation users. Also, users can pre-order the game by adding it to their cart. The game is priced at € 67, 99.
But the question here arises, is it legitimate or not? Well, there is no official announcement regarding the name of the game by EA yet.
However, there is also the possibility that the title leaked by Gameware is accurate. As publishing companies usually tie in early with selling portals so that they can update the details in time. But sometimes, the information leaks early due to the early posting by selling portals.
Moving on, the thumbnail that has been used by the gaming website can be searched online, and it matches up with a photo used for Need for Speed No Limits.
But the question that arises here is whether it is just a placeholder as there is no official poster for the game yet or a false listing by Gameware website.
Well, for now, we should only take this information with a grain of salt until EA officially announces the title of Need for Speed 2019.
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