Need for Speed Most Wanted Remake Announcement Leaked
Simone Bailly, the actress from the original Need for Speed Most Wanted, hints at an alleged remake by EA. She hinted in her deleted posts about the possible release of Need for Speed’s Most Wanted Remake.
Recently Need for Speed Most Wanted actress posted about the game’s remake
Actress Simone Bailly, who portrayed a police officer in the original game, recently shared on Twitter (now deleted) that a remake of Need for Speed Most Wanted is currently being developed.
EA has been working on several games to reclaim its lost place in gaming. Rumors are circulating that the next game on their list for a visual overhaul is the beloved street racing title Need for Speed Most Wanted from 2005. EA has been focusing on the acclaimed original rather than its less popular successor, which EA released in 2012.
The police officer in the original game, actress Simone Bailly, revealed in a now-deleted Tweet that a Need for Speed Most Wanted Remake is in the works. She posted a similar post on Instagram. Bailly mentioned a targeted release year 2024 and tagged EA and Criterion in her post.
EA will collaborate with the original actors for the new game’s visuals and animations. Bailly’s likely involvement is due to her portrayal of the unnamed partner to Sergeant Jonathan “Nathan” Cross.
For information on the role of the duo, Sergeant Cross, the Police Sergeant for Rockport’s Street Racing Unit, pulls over the player in the prologue for driving an illegal car, but an emergency interrupts the impounding. The player loses a race to Razor, resulting in Cross seizing their car, yet he releases them due to lack of evidence.
Throughout the game, Cross stays in contact with the player. Cross initiates a citywide pursuit when the player recovers their M3 GTR, adding them to the National Most Wanted List before leaving his position in the climax. In Carbon, Cross becomes a bounty hunter and tracks down the player, but Darius intervenes, offering to pay Cross the player’s bounty for their exoneration.
In light of recent events, fans consider the news 100% legit. Moreover, leakers speculate that it is unlikely that Simone Bailly would share such information if the project didn’t exist. For that instance, it is highly recommended to take this information with a grain of salt and await an official announcement.
Thus, this recent development has thrilled the fans. If the 2024 release date is accurate, an official announcement is likely in the coming year. What are your thoughts on this recent development? Let us know on our social media handles.
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