Electronic Arts confirms plans to add Need for Speed Rivals to the EA Access free games Vault in the coming weeks, as part of an effort to drum up interest in the subscription service, which arrives soon in an additional 19 locations.
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Ghost Games creative director Craig Sullivan notes that Need for Speed: Rivals won't be heading to Wii U or PlayStation Vita due to the low sales on those platforms for 2012's Need for Speed: Most Wanted.
We go hands-on with Need for Speed: Rivals from Ghost Games and Electronic Arts. The latest in the long-running racing series introduces some new elements, but it should appeal to fans of 2012's NFS: Most Wanted.
EA's Ghost Games studio and Criterion Games are hard at work on the first next-gen Need for Speed title, 'Need for Speed: Rivals'. The game also heads to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC in November 2013.