The “Need for Speed” title that will most likely be remembered for the fantastic looking wet cars and the cheesy full motion video is coming to PCs this March.

When it came out last year, “Need for Speed” made an impression with its incredibly realistic looking cars and sublime lighting models. While the PC port will not see an significant visual jump, it will let you show off just how good your rig is with 4k resolution support and an unlocked framerate. There will also be compatibility with several driving peripherals from Logitech, Thrustmaster, and Fanatec along with the option for manual transmission (which will also make its way to consoles in a future patch).

The PC port of “Need for Speed” comes out on March 15 but if you are an EA access subscriber you can play it five days earlier.

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