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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered coming to Switch 13th November, 1080p/30 FPS docked 720p/30 FPS handheld

EA has confirmed that the Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit remaster is destined for the Nintendo Switch along with other platforms this November. The Nintendo Switch version of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered will be arriving on Friday, November 13th. Pricing hasn’t been announced and will presumably vary by retailer. You can watch a new trailer for the game in the tweet embedded below!

“The Nintendo Switch version runs at 1080p/30 FPS in docked mode (720p/30 FPS undocked) and includes higher-resolution models, more objects and props, longer draw distance, higher resolution shadows, and improved videos.

Unleash a savage sense of speed both as an outlaw and a cop in this timeless racing experience updated for today’s platforms. Get cross-platform multiplayer and Autolog, enhanced visuals, all main DLC delivered at launch, and much more. It’s time to reignite the pursuit.

Bolt down Seacrest County headfirst behind the wheels of the world’s hottest high-performance cars, in racing that is socially competitive at its core. Connect with your friends in cross-platform, head-to-head pursuits and races, or get challenges delivered based on their activity for asynchronous competition through the highly dynamic Autolog system.

Autolog is also supported with cross-platform sync, so you can make a mark on your friends’ Speedwalls no matter if they’re playing on PS4, Xbox One, PC, or Nintendo Switch.

Enjoy Loads of Extra Content and Updates

Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered includes all main DLC – the SCPD Rebel Racer Pack, Super Sports Pack, Armed & Dangerous Pack, Lamborghini Untamed Pack, and Porsche Unleashed Pack – delivered at launch, with an extra six hours of gameplay and more than 30 challenges.”

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4 comments

  1. The game is READY to go and yet EA is going to release the Switch edition a week later than other platforms.
    Way to boycott their own release in order to tell their execs that “Switch ports don’t sell”.

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