Huge fashion brands join Need for Speed Unbound customisation options

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With over 10,000 options, Need for Speed Unbound is taking car and fashion customisation to the next level. Not only can you modify your car with body wraps, custom wheels, and cutaways, but you can also customise your character’s appearance with branded clothing.

EA and Criterion have collaborated with an array of famous fashion brands including Palace Skateboards, Versace, Puma, Namilia, Danielle Guizio, AlphaIndustries, AWGE, Born x Raised, Brain Dead, Champion, Edwin, Fila, GCDS, KhrisJoy, MKI Miyuki-Zoku, Napapijri, and Vans.

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As a result, there will be more character customisation options to express yourself than ever before.

Need for Speed Unbound Fashion

These fashion collaborations expand beyond licensed clothing, too. Available only in the Need for Speed Unbound Palace Edition, Palace Skateboards worked with EA and Criterion to create a variety of custom cars, gear, and decals as well as character outfits.

Need for Speed Unbound character customisation
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Iconic fashion house Versace will also feature through an in-game character called Medusa, who “brings the Versace woman’s rebellious energy and high-gloss glamour to life as a street racer.” You’ll also be able to dress your character with ten pieces of in-game Versace apparel from jackets to sneakers.

Puma’s partnership with Need for Speed also continues in Unbound with an in-game rival character called Racer Chase who drives a custom Puma-wrapped Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Players can choose from 13 exclusive Puma in-game items including track pants, hoodies, and jackets.

An additional Puma x Need for Speed Unbound capsule collection of licensed footwear and apparel will also be available after launch.

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Additionally, Namilia will feature six in-game items including a coat to a corset. EA and Criterion will also unveil a special Namila x NFS capsule collection closer to launch.

Luxury brand Danielle Guizio will be represented by the in-game character Harlow and her custom-wrapped Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Players can also customise their character with five exclusive Guzio in-game apparel items.

Need for Speed Unbound Balmain

Lastly, Balmain has joined the party. The luxury fashion brand brings its iconic one-of-a-kind apparel collection to NFS via an in-game rival. Senegalese racer Eléonore has a custom Balmain-wrapped Lotus Emira.

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Release date

Need for Speed Unbound releases on 2 December on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. However, players play the game three days early on 29 November by pre-ordering the Palace Edition.