EA (Electronic Arts) is working hard to bring the beloved Need for Speed (NFS) franchise to mobile devices. While the exact release date for the highly anticipated Need for Speed Mobile is still unclear, EA has hinted that the launch isn’t too far away.
NFS Mobile: Limited Play Tests & Beta
The publisher is currently offering limited play test and beta versions of NFS Mobile before its expected launch later this year.The first playtest for Need for Speed Mobile is live until July 19th, available for Android and iOS users. However, it is only available in Australia and access is limited to a select number of participants.
It’s important to note that progress in limited playtests won’t transfer to the full release. Skipping the beta won’t mean missing early access content. However, gamers who choose to share their user ID and contact information for upcoming test builds will receive ‘special gifts’. The current test is only available in Australia, but EA plans to release tests in other regions in the future.
Need for Speed Mobile features a 100-square-kilometre open-world map. Players can enjoy classic NFS game modes, engage in competitive races with exciting police chases, and personalize their cars with a wide range of customization options for real-time multiplayer challenges.