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Discussion in 'Need For Speed' started by GTPNewsWire, Mar 2, 2020.
All tracks for GRID 2019 are free. So it's justified.
There needs to be more cars to be honest.
I hope NFS heat does not get abandoned just like what happened to NFS Shift 2 unleashed.
There are four more Black Market chapters planned, so that's at least 8 cars in the pipeline, assuming each chapter has 2 cars.
With that game I'm not sure what happened. From memory, you're probably right. But Ian Bell also wanted to get rid of EA as soon as possible. Soon after it became clear EA wouldn't support the game anymore, SMS began posting on forums about their "C.A.R.S.", which became Project CARS.
I think NFS should focus on cars like M3 E36, Evo V, Skyline R33 GT-R, Impreza WRX 1st gen, Escort Cossie, Eclipse GS-X, 300ZX, RX-7 FC, that is, cars with a large following and tons of options. Also, cars which are historic staples. Bringing back the Countach and the Testarossa (yes, I know the one in TNFS was a 512 TR) was pretty great, but what about an XJ220? A C5 Corvette? Carrera GT?
Carrera GT is pretty likely in my opinion since one pack is called Porsche Unleashed. And what different Porsche they could add?
I'm about to finish the free pack (DB11 Volante). It's pretty fun for free content and uses the best the game has to offer (High Heat races, Heat 5 pursuits).
The DB11 handles very well and is suited to drifting. This Volante comes with the V8 but you can swap in the V12 from the coupe.
A variant of the 992. It may come as a surprise the current 911 is not yet featured in Heat, considering how many Porsches are in the game.