Tencent is developing a Need for Speed dedicated to smartphones and tablets. Now a supposed leak partially lifts the veil on this future mobile title. Check out the short gameplay video of less than a minute of Need for Speed 2022 for mobile phones below.
Need for Speed 2022 Mobile Gameplay Leaked
Following a recent playtest, the gameplay video of Need for Speed 2022 mobile, the new game in the EA racing series designed for mobile devices, would have been leaked online.
A Reddit user has published the video, visible below, in the past few hours, also revealing some details about the title. According to this user, the test version of Need for Speed 2022 Mobile would only have three cars: McLaren F1, Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, and Lamborghini Gallardo.
As it seems, this leaked gameplay video would have been taken from a test carried out recently. We can see 45 seconds of urban racing alternating between day and night lit by neon lights. The leaker further claims that the current version does not feature a story mode or police chase. Still, such elements could be available in the final version which should be released soon.
Need for Speed 2022 Mobile is rumored to be free-to-play and is currently in development at Tencent, the Chinese tech giant. The game would run on Unreal Engine 4, and as you can see from the video it would be set in a modified version of the Need for Speed Heat map.
Over the years, our smartphones have become more and more efficient, including displays with a high refresh rate and very powerful processors. An improvement for developers who have rushed into the breach of mobile gaming. Thus, many of them adapt successful AAA franchises for our mobile devices. And Need for Speed is no exception.
There is no official information on Need for Speed 2022 Mobile yet, but it could arrive later this year. Tencent is also working with EA on Apex Legends Mobile, due out worldwide next week.