Need for Speed trial now available for Windows PC through Origin Access

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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The upcoming Need for Speed reboot is slated to release on March 15, but it seems there’s now a way to play the game earlier if you’re really anxious to get your hands on it.

EA’s Origin Access service will make the trial version of Need for Speed available to Windows PC subscribers who pay $4.99 for the service. The game was originally released in the fall of 2015 for Xbox One and it’s now coming to PC users, as well. Origin tweeted the following about the trial:

The Windows PC version of the game will come with an unlocked frame rate and support for 4K resolution. The Xbox One improvements, as well as manual transmission support, will be available in the game as well.

Origin Access lets you download the full version of the game and play it for up to ten hours with no restrictions. If you missed the trailer, go ahead and have a look at it below:

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