PC gamers can get their hands on the Need for Speed reboot a little early, thanks to EA's Origin Access service. PC subscribers who pay $4.99 for service can now play the free trial of Need for Speed, which launches on Windows on March 15. The game originally launched in fall 2015 for Xbox One.
From Origin on Twitter:
The PC version will feature an unlocked frame rate, along with support for 4K resolution, if you've got the hardware to handle it. This release will also have all of the improvements that have been made to the console version of the game, as well as manual transmission support.
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