High-Quality Need For Speed Unbound Gameplay Leaked Online

The game appears highly inspired by Need for Speed Heat in its visual allure and car handling.

Update: The leaked content has been removed from YouTube, and the game has already been released.

Need for Speed Unbound is all the hype in the racing genre recently, looking to change the NFS landscape for good. The team went back to the drawing board to tinker with the unstable formula, and so far, Unbound is looking to be a highly alluring rendition.

For the first time, it appears that Need for Speed Unbound’s high-quality video leaks have started circulating on the web. The two videos have spread ablaze on YouTube, unveiling eye-catching NFS Unbound gameplay in all its glory.

While not the most immaculate quality available, you can enjoy the leaked gameplay in up to 1080p definition. Moreover, the leaked footage is enough to entertain everyone for almost 20 minutes with the raw Need for Speed Unbound experience. The surfaced footage is seemingly from a pre-release build.

Major Takeaway

  • Need for Speed Unbound gameplay footage has leaked online ahead of the official demo.
  • The two videos are still up on YouTube at the time of writing this piece but might be taken down in the future due to EA DMCA striking them.
  • The leaked gameplay reveals the stellar NFS Unbound world, with eye-catching NFS Heat-inspired features and spotless visuals.
  • One of the videos is 15 minutes long and comes with a 720p definition, and the second is 4 minutes long, with pristine 1080p quality.

The first video is quite a fulfilling experience, revealing 15 extensive minutes of gameplay, albeit only in the 720p definition. The footage gives a deep insight into what to expect in terms of gameplay and graphics quality from Need for Speed Unbound.

The second video finishes as soon as you start getting mesmerized by the glamorous high-quality gameplay. The 4 long yet short minutes provide fantastic 1080p quality. The video shows anime-styled characters in the immaculate nighttime racing for the top spot, with the protagonist using a classic vehicle.

The fans seem to love the newly publicized gameplay on forums and YouTube comments. The community has praised the recline towards the olden and successful Need for Speed approach. Additionally, the stellar graphics amplify the street racing, and car handling appears very refined compared to some of the older entries.

Some players have spurred criticism at the new blend of anime and a realistic approach to art direction, but it will not interfere with the gameplay elements of the game. The art style may seem unorthodox for a while, but definitely not a hindrance to the racing experience.

Moreover, the cartoony art can be disabled in settings for the racing aspect to completely shift the focus to high-quality realistic nocturnal street racing.

At the time of jotting down this article, the videos are still up on the biggest video-sharing platform. We suspect the footage might be taken down in the future, as EA may soon DMCA strike the recordings revealing the secretive gameplay. Best enjoy the never-seen-before Need for Speed Unbound gameplay before it’s taken down.

Everyone has high anticipations since Criterion Games is brewing the upcoming entry. The team has crafted successful installments like Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2010, Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2012, and Burnout Series.

Need for Speed Unbound is slated for a 2nd December release and will appear only on next-gen platforms, including PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, the Xbox Series S, and PC. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners will entirely miss out on the new entry, but it also means that hardware limitations do not hold the game back.

As revealed by the developers, the pre-orders for the title will go live on 29th November 2022, with the EA Play subscribers getting the NFS Unbound experience before everyone else.

What are your thoughts about the newly unveiled footage of Need for Speed Unbound leaking online? Are you satisfied with the visual and technical direction the new entry has taken? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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Shameer Sarfaraz is a Senior News Writer on eXputer who loves to keep up with the gaming and entertainment industries devoutly. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and several years of experience reporting on games. Besides his passion for breaking news stories, Shahmeer loves spending his leisure time farming away in Stardew Valley. VGC, IGN, GameSpot, Game Rant, TheGamer, GamingBolt, The Verge, NME, Metro, Dot Esports, GameByte, Kotaku Australia, PC Gamer, and more have cited his articles.

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