Ghost Games has announced that the next Need for Speed update will arrive on Wednesday, February 3. Called the Showcase update, the patch will add two new features – Snapshot Pro and Wrap Sharing – alongside 100+ customization parts and more. Full patch notes can be found below:
- New Feature: Wrap Sharing
- New Feature: Snapshot Pro Mode
- A new “Splash” screen which gives players information on what is included in the new updates from the Living Game
- A new Snapshot overview screen in the Need for Speed Network menu so you can find out more about your snapshots
- Improvements to Kickbacks and likes on snapshots
- 100+ new customization items for a variety of cars
- License plates are back. Apply around 10 different license plates to your car for more in depth customization
- We’ve made more improvements and bug fixes to multiplayer. You can now play with like-minded people, if you want to play competitive then you can now select this option when matchmaking and join a world with people who also want to play competitive.
- 3 new Trophies and achievements
- Drive through a Gas Station and repair your car on the fly.
- A variety of tweaks and improvements including AI, player feedback, Gameplay and World
- Fixed a couple of bugs for Eddie’s challenge
- Multiple stability fixes
Wrap Sharing and Snapshot Pro have been described as follows:
We’ve been watching you use the Share button to show off the awesome wrap you’ve made for your ride. But wouldn’t it be great if you could share your creation with the rest of the PlayStation community? Well now you can!
With the new Wrap Sharing tool you’ll be able to not only share your own wraps but download others as well, ensuring your ride will always look awesome as you rock the streets of Ventura Bay.
Building an awesome ride is only part of the fun – the other is showcasing it for the world to see. That’s why we’re introducing Snapshot Pro, a mode which will allow you to create some stunning photos of your favourite car.
Once you enter Snapshot Pro mode you’ll be able to maneuver the camera around the car, apply a number of custom settings such as depth of field, brightness, contrast, vignette, saturation and more.
If you’re short on time then you’ll be able to take advantage of a number of the pre-set filters, allowing you to create an awesome photo very quickly.
For more details on the update, follow the source link below.
[Source: Need for Speed]