Believe me, people that read NFS forums already know your opinion on Heat from the Heat thread. I respect everyone opinion and have no right to tell you what or where to post... it's just getting repetitive and kind of annoying.NFS Heat was pretty boring.
Especially with the typical EA developing cycle.
Let them do their job and then rush it and cut features as DLC.
I just want it b/c it was one of 2 games I'd fire up my old X360 to play before it went RIP, and the game isn't backwards compatible.
It's not my fault EA that keeps rehashing the same game concept with little to no innovation.Believe me, people that read NFS forums already know your opinion on Heat from the Heat thread. I respect everyone opinion and have no right to tell you what or where to post... it's just getting repetitive and kind of annoying.
I think it really depends on what's included. If it includes all the DLC - including the three cars from the Dr. Pepper promotion - then I might consider. But even then, I think I'd rather wait for the next game. Like, I already played HP2010, and it was great, but I simply don't know if I'd buy a re-release of it. I think it's improbable that they'd add much to it, too, with the inclusion of all DLC seeming like the most likely "addition."I'm not a fan of remasters. Burnout Paradise didn't worked well for me despise sinking tons of hours on the original. Same with HP 2010. I played it a lot, but I'm not that hyped. However it could end up on gamepass with EA access and become backwards compatible on next gen too, so it doesn't sound like a bad idea.
I will play it if it ends up on gamepass but I won't buy it for the second time.
Secondly, While it's cool to see that this will be added to the Nintend Switch, I'm seeing a concerning lack of Xbox One/XSX box art. I'd be surprised if they didn't launch it on Xbox, and I imagine that both the Switch and PS4/5 are much more popular than Xbox in Japan, but it seems odd to not have that as part of the leaks.
A couple things concern me though: Firstly, according to some of the leaks, and a post on the NFS subreddit, the game will include both its original DLC and "6+ new hours of gameplay," with 30 new events. However, the games original DLC (Super Sports Pack, Porsche Unleashed and Lamborghini Untamed) brought 33 new events altogether. I can't help but wonder if EA is considering the DLC events "new events," and the DLC refers to the cars. NFS has been guilty of using vague language in its marketing in the past, so that, along with how BP Remastered was handled, makes me a bit suspicious.
And last, is this gonna be a similar story with BP Remastered, where it was nothing but a Resolution upgrade with a gimped multiplayer? Both games, HP2010 especially, had very solid and very enjoyable single player, but multiplayer was still tons of fun that garnered close races and total chaos. It'd be a shame if HP Remastered multiplayer was DOA (effectively like BP), as I had a lot more fun in those matches compared to the single player.