Need for speed to be internet only

Are you a Need for Speed fan and waiting for this year installment of the series? We have a bad news for almost all of you.

As we all know that need for speed 2015 is releasing soon because we all are waiting for it, but you will need an internet connection to enjoy this game.


Why?because this is confirmed by twitter account of Need for Speed.

@aurel92110 We can confirm that, yes, a connection will be needed to play the game. We will be elaborating on this in the coming weeks.

— Need for Speed (@NeedforSpeed) May 28, 2015

This news is confirmed on the twitter account of NFS 2015, as shown above, Need for speed E3 2015 needs a constant internet connection because the game is depending upon the social elements.

According to executive producer Marcus Nilsson,

Online connectivity is a key component of the experience, which apparently places a heavy emphasis on social elements. We’ve been pretty big with Autolog throughout the years and, as we know, it’s a really powerful feature. This time around we’re going to give it more of a human voice. It will treat your friend’s play as if it is part of the narrative experience… We also have a new snapshot system as well, the Xbox One has really good built-in systems to make videos and stream them, which we are also going to use.”

A previous game by EA called Sim City was a disaster after it imposed players to be always online to play the game even when playing on single player mode.

According to Extremetech, the developers of Sim City were lying that there is an always-online server requirement to play the game. They revealed that the game modes doesn’t require an internet connection and they might have opted for the feature for Digital Rights Management (DRM), a feature that helps prevent copyright infringement and piracy.

So at last we must wait for the updates by EA. if you want to add up something just comment below.  we are happy to see you.For now that all we got. Stay tuned for the further update.
(Data source: thebitbag)

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