Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit’s social features look slick

The last time I covered a video for Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, I kindly requested that, in the future, they highlight the community features — what Criterion Games absolutely excels at — instead of whatever was being shown off at the time.

This is it, people! Get to the war room! Or, perhaps just your room for watching YouTube videos. Either way. Producer Matt Webster runs down Autolog, which is the fancy name for Hot Pursuit‘s competition-inducing backend that’s been designed to keep you playing late into the night.

Ready to cry out obscenities until you beat your friends’ best times? I certainly am.

The last time I covered a video for Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, I kindly requested that, in the future, they highlight the community features — what Criterion Games absolutely excels at — instead of whatever was being shown off at the time.

This is it, people! Get to the war room! Or, perhaps just your room for watching YouTube videos. Either way. Producer Matt Webster runs down Autolog, which is the fancy name for Hot Pursuit‘s competition-inducing backend that’s been designed to keep you playing late into the night.

Ready to cry out obscenities until you beat your friends’ best times? I certainly am.

Jordan Devore
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