Need for Speed Unbound was revealed earlier this month via an online trailer. We got to see the game in action for the first time last month and now we have had several new trailers since then.
Here is every NFS Unbound trailer we've seen so far!
Need for Speed Unbound Takeover trailer
A new Need for Speed Unbound gameplay trailer has arrived, this time focusing on the new Takeover mode. Reminding us of DIRT 5's Gymkhana mode, Takeover events reward stylish driving.
You rack up points and combos by pulling off huge drifts, performing huge jumps, and smashing into collectables.
Palace Edition trailer
The latest Need for Speed Unbound trailer shows off the exclusive cars and cosmetics included in the Palace Edition as part of a collaboration with EA and Palace Skateboards.
Need for Speed Unbound Risk & Reward trailer shows off cop chases
Cop chases are returning in Need for Speed Unbound. With new escape mechanics and huge rewards at stake, outrunning the cops will be more thrilling than ever in Need for Speed Unbound.
The latest Need for Speed Unbound trailer gives us a first look at cop chase gameplay. Watch the new Need for Speed Unbound Risk & Reward gameplay trailer below.
Need for Speed Unbound trailer
Released slightly earlier than planned, you can watch the first official Need for Speed Unbound trailer below.
The trailer introduces us to Unbound's unique art style blending realistic cars and environments with comic book-style characters. We also get a first look at the customisation options as well as the Lakeshore city location and cop chases.
Accompanying the trailer is a new track by American rapper A$AP Rocky called “Sh*ttin’ Me.”
The trailer also confirms the Need for Speed Unbound release date.
Need for Speed Unbound is coming to PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on 2 December. It will be a current-gen-only release, meaning it will skip PS4 and Xbox One.
Pre-ordering the Need for Speed Unbound Palace Edition also gives you three days early access to the game on 29 November. In addition, the Palace Edition includes four custom cars, a clothing pack, driving effect, decals and license plate, character pose and banner artwork.
Pre-ordering the Standard Edition also gives you exclusive perks such as a driving effects pack, decals, license plate, banner artwork, stickers and $150,000 Bank for multiplayer.
In addition, EA Play members can play Need for Speed Unbound early with a 10-hour trial from 29 November. EA Play Pro members on PC also get unlimited access to the Need for Speed Unbound Palace Edition from 29 November.