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Every self-respecting gamer, whether from old or newer generation, played a version of the iconic game Need for Speed (NFS). The latest version of the series will be released for PS4 and Xbox One on November 3 this year, but unfortunately scheduled the PC version will not appear at the same time.

This week EA Games and developers of Ghost released a blog post, which notify PC gamers that the desktop version will be delayed until the spring of 2016.

The delay is caused by the need to unlock the frame rate for the PC version, picture quality may be appropriately high. Unlike consoles, PC games are different in that the productivity and quality of the graph are at times better. Given the recent fiasco with the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight, EA Games probably don’t want to tempt fate, starting the new NFS to consoles and PC simultaneously.

Contributor: Daniel Moris

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