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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is getting remastered for PC

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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit from the house of Criterion is all set to get a remaster and users will soon be able it on the PC as well as the consoles. The Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered will be released on November 6 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and on November 13 for Nintendo Switch.

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit was first launched in 2010 and had racers locking horns with cops and it has since been a hot favourite amongst video gamers for a while now. Now, while the core of the race remains unchanged, the first thing a user will see is a visual upgrade which will take advantage of the new hardware that’s available now and hence, one will be able to play this game with your friends across different systems. 

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered has now been launched with all of the DLC released for the original game as well as an updated photo mode and a number of brand-new achievements, as per the report on The Verge.

Also, there is the Autolog, which was the social network within the first game and it will keep you abreast with the achievement of your friends. Now, you will be able to brag about what you have achieved on the streets of Seacrest County.

After this, players will be able to enjoy a number of different frame rates, depending on the platform they are playing on. Hence, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, the game runs in 1080p at 30fps, while PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X players will be able to choose between a 1080p 60fps performance mode as well as a 4K 30fps “fidelity mode.”

On PC, a user will be able to play in 4K at a maximum of 60fps. This cap on frame rate has been put in place to create an even playing field in multiplayer, explained the game developers.

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