Electronic Arts has announced today that it is going to release Need for Speed Rivals for Xbox One and PS4. Before it gets released for both of these unreleased consoles, Need for Speed Rivals will be rolled out for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on the 19th of November, 2013. The game promises to offer an exhilarating experience, the player may decide to play either as a cop or a racer. After choosing sides, the objective is pretty clear. Cops chase racers, racers evade the cops.
EA explains that the new NFS game comes with AllDrive, a new online feature that will allow players to seamlessly transition between playing with friends to playing alone. This will seemingly blur the line between multi-player and single player, with friends being able to enter or exit races whenever they please. Need for Speed Rivals has been built on the Frostbite 3 engine, the very same engine that Battlefield 4 has been built on. It can not be said for now whether EA’s newest Need for Speed game will actually be the launch title for either the Xbox One or the PS4.
Unreleased and unannounced devices appear prominently on our radar when they turn up for the customary stop at the Federal Communications Commission or FCC. This agency’s approval is required before such a device can be sold in the U.S.A. It look like Asus currently has a premium Android powered tablet under the wraps. A K005 Asus tablet has been spotted in a FCC filing and its touting the Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. Obviously there are no clues in the filing itself that point towards its release.
It is speculated that this unreleased tablet is approximately 10 inches, based on the sketch that has been provided to the FCC. K005 is obviously not going to be the name under which it will be released to the public, though there haven’t been any rumors of a new Asus tablet or of the moniker that it may have. Apart from the 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chip, the filing reveals that there will also be a 6,560 mAh battery. Additional details about the specifications are currently not available. While we’re speculating, perhaps Asus is prepping this tablet for release around the holiday season?
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