Need for Speed Unbound: Here’s How to Play the Game for 10 Hours on Game Pass Before it Releases
Need for Speed Unbound is EA’s newest instalment in the beloved racing game series. The game is going to release on December 2, but there is a way to try it out for a limited time if you are subscribed to Xbox Game Pass.
You can play a trial of Need for Speed Unbound for 10 hours on Microsoft’s video game subscription service. The game is ready to play without any extra cost. The only limitation is the number of hours you can play the game. There is no limit on progression, however.
To try out Need for Speed Unbound, you need to have a subscription to Xbox Game Pass. Then, you have to download the EA app, which will allow you to play the trial version of the game.
The Palace Edition of the game went live on November 29. Players who purchased this version also received a bunch of exclusive content along with early access to the game. Custom cars, clothing packs, license plate, character pose and more are included in the Palace Edition.
Interested players can buy the PC version Need for Speed Unbound on Steam, Epic Games Store, and the EA app for Rs. 3,499 from December 2. However, the PlayStation version and the Xbox version of the game will cost Rs. 4,499.
Need For Speed Unbound | Standard Edition | Playstation 5 (PS5)
The world is your canvas in Need for Speed Unbound. Prove you have what it takes to win The Grand, Lakeshore’s ultimate street racing challenge. Across four intense weeks of racing, earn enough cash to enter weekly qualifiers, beat the competition, and make your mark on the street racing scene while outdriving and outsmarting the cops. Pack your garage with precision-tuned, custom rides and light up the streets with your unique style, exclusive fits, and a vibrant global soundtrack that bumps in every corner of the world. Express yourself to the fullest with the freshest new art styles and signature tags that represent what you’re all about. With separate single and multiplayer campaigns, this latest edition in the Need for Speed franchise from Criterion Games delivers hours of electric, adrenaline-pumping action.
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