Need for Speed Heat it is the first EA game to support the cross-playas announced by the publisher FIFA today with a press release.
The game will be available in The Vault EA Access and Origin Access for PC and console games starting from the 16th of June, and the one that will introduce cross-play tomorrow will be the last update provided by Criterion Games.
The developer has taken over the franchise once again after the recent downsizing of Ghost Games, who had edited some of the episodes of modern (including Heat).
The news is particularly important, because the catalogue of the publisher in california, beyond the last chapter of the series motor, includes titles played by users audiences, imposing quantity – such as those of the already mentioned FIFA and Apex Legends.
Compared to other companies like Activision, EA has moved with a certain delay, given that intellectual property as Call of Duty have already adopted the game cross-platform for several months.
Need for Speed Heat arrived on Steam last week as part of the plan of EA to get back on the online shop of the Valve as a result of a long and exclusive Origin.
The next EA Play Live, recently postponed, but in the program, however, in the next few days, we’ll talk about further in the direction of IP racing.