Electronic Arts released a new Need for Speed title last year which received good reviews when it came out. Initially, the game was only released for consoles but it was never said that Need for Speed will never arrive on PC. Today EA has confirmed the Need for Speed PC release and also the fact that it comes with the Manual Transmission update.

EA recently teased the Manual Transmission update and it looked like a manual transmission option might finally been added to the game. NFS isn’t a proper simulator but hardcore fans would like to have that option available to them. There has been no manual option in the past few NFS titles but this one will be well received.

Need for Speed is going to come with the Manual Transmission update to PC, the update is also set to arrive on consoles, but EA hasn’t revealed so far when this update is going to be released for the console version of NFS. Need for Speed on PC is going to support 4K resolution, unlocked framerate as well as wheel accessories from the likes of Logitech, Thrustmaster and more.

The PC version of NFS is going to feature all improvements and tweaks that have been released for the game since it first arrived last year. It will hit Origin Access next month, Need for Speed will be released on PC come March 17th, 2016.

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