During Gamescom 2019, the creative director of Ghost Games, Riley Cooper, talked to the editorial staff of VG247.com to discuss a feature of Need for Speed Heat escaped the observers of the German fair, namely the “dynamic” nature of the songs transmitted by the in-game radio.
According to Cooper, in fact, “radios will provide a more relaxed atmosphere during the day unless you’re running, and a more tense and dangerous atmosphere at night”. The soundtrack of NFS Heat will, therefore, be influenced by the Palm City dynamic day/night cycle and, as illustrated by the director of Ghost Games, “will have different influences, from electronics to urban, and a wide selection of modern songs”.
The release of Need for Speed Heat is scheduled for November 8 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Right now, however, EA’s racing series enthusiasts can download the NFS Heat Studio application on their iOS or Android smartphone for free to get a taste of the multi-faceted system for customizing Heat racing cars.