Need for Speed for PlayStation 4
PS4

Need for Speed

Nov 3, 2015

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Ghost Games
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Discover the nocturnal open world of urban car culture, driven by five unique ways to play and win, in this thrilling reboot of Need for Speed™. Carve your own unique path, via multiple overlapping stories, gaining reputation on your journey to become the ultimate icon.

Gamer Reviews

21919 Reviews
8.53
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3 reviews
6.60
Aug 16, 2019

This one let me down, don't get me wrong it isn't a completely bad experience, but sometimes is hard to keep playing, there are a lot of things to do on this rather beautiful game, but good graphics and the good customisation sistem is not near enough to make me want to come back, Ghost games are clearly trying, but due to some bad racing modes (like drifting in group), and the rest of the game just start get boring really quick, NFS(2015) is not the game the franchise deserve.

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Adrian Klimczak

Adrian Klimczak

Oct 29, 2019
4.80
Kamil Jakubowski

Kamil Jakubowski

Oct 26, 2019
7.50

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

44 Reviews
7.04
Robert KollarsNov 04, 2015
This may not be quite the game that many NFS fans were hoping, but that doesn’t mean the game should be discounted. The driving is fun and difficult at higher levels, and the overall experience gets methodically better with the more time devoted to playing it. This game has polarizing written all over it, meaning that there will be a contingency of people who love NFS, and those that will probably hate it, with very few in between.
6.30
Luke ReillyNov 02, 2015
Need for Speed looks the part, sounds the part, and is surprisingly reverent to real-world car culture. I like the direction Ghost has taken here, and I think it’s the right one, but beneath its flashy exterior it's not quite firing on all cylinders.
Daniel BloodworthNov 03, 2015
2015’s Need for Speed is in many ways more grounded than other recent entries. You don’t throw spike strips at each other and you don’t jump off buildings. It’s more about the inherent excitement of dodging traffic and drifting down the side of a mountain. The customization features are a welcome return, and the five-layered career lets you play with different approaches to driving. Some aspects of Need for Speed could use more variety, but it’s a solid foundation to move the series forward.

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