Need for Speed Unbound on PS5: 4K and 60 FPS, DualSense, 3D audio and more

Need for Speed Unbound on PS5: 4K and 60 FPS, DualSense, 3D audio and more
Need for Speed Unbound on PS5: 4K and 60 FPS, DualSense, 3D audio and more

Electronic Arts has released details of what the Need for Speed Unbound experience will be like on PS5. The company assures that the game will be able to deliver “a new level” thanks to the features the hardware offers.


On the PlayStation Blog, the developer commented more on resolution and performance, how DualSense will be used in the game, and other information.


Need for Speed Graphics and Performance

Speaking of graphics, the style of Need for Speed Unbond plays with vibrant graffiti art. Every detail will be shown in 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. In this way, neither the visuals nor the performance will be compromised.

World Density

One of the features of Need for Speed Unbound on PS5 is the “traffic and pedestrian density”. Drivers will find a very realistic universe with people walking around the city and cars scattered around the streets. Players will need to deal with these obstacles during disputes in order not to be hindered.


DualSense and 3D Audio

The PS5 controller will also play an important role in the experience of the upcoming NFS. Tactile response is guaranteed for the cracks and the controller will have a vibration according to the situation on the screens.

3D audio will ensure an immersive experience on the streets and also in customization. It will be possible to change the timbre and tone of the exhausts, for example, for those who enjoy tinkering with every little piece of their car.

Need for Speed Unbound on PS5 promises lots of excitement!

EA’s new title will be released on December 2 for PS5, Xbox Series, and PC. According to creative director Kieran Crimmins, the game will be a landmark for the series. The company has even announced that it will offer more than 10,000 customization options for the vehicles!

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