Need of speed fans already have a new game to look forward to before the end of the year, but they could have another version hitting their phones at the same time. A Tencent-developed mobile entry into Electronic Arts’ racing franchise previously leaked via job listings months ago, and now there’s just under a minute of gameplay that further proves its existence.
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The leak features races that will look familiar to fans of the franchise, especially those who have played Need for drift speed in 2019. This is because, according to the Reddit leaker, the game uses a modified version of Derivativethe map. The gameplay is inspired by that of Tencent Need Speed Edgethe three cars currently available being capable of drifting and boosting with additional style.
Need for Speed Mobile 2022 (Tencent) Gameplay Needforspeed Leak
The likely developer behind the latest mobile entry into the Need of speed is TiMi Studio Group, a subsidiary of Tencent that has worked on games like Call of duty mobile and Pokemon Unite in the old days. It’s not the developer behind Need for speed: no limits, the current free mobile version of the franchise. ten cents Need of speed games haven’t always been translated to the West, which means that Derivative monitoring could be limited to the Asian market.
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Players can expect a new mainline entry for consoles and PC developed by Criterion Games. the Burnout the makers have a long history with the brand and something to prove after a series of disappointing entries. News of this game and mobile port could be fast and furious as EA introduces its holiday lineup in the coming months.