Need for Speed ​​CM ”slips” after this viral argument with a fan about paying more for 3-day early access

Need for Speed ​​CM ''slips'' after this viral argument with a fan about paying more for 3-day early access

Need for Speed ​​fan and official account CM discussing Need for Speed ​​Unbound Palace Edition and 3 days early access before launch.

Very soon we will be able to enjoy a new Need for Speed, which in the 2000s became a reference in the arcade driving genre. Need for Speed ​​Unbound will try to successfully recreate what Most Wanted, Underground or Carbon achieved.

There are still a few days left until the launch, and little by little we are learning more about Need for Speed ​​Unbound: PC requirements, hip hop soundtrack, anime-style graphics…

Remember that Need for Speed ​​Unbound will be released exclusively for next-generation consoles (in addition to PC), and will introduce a major ”as a service” multiplayer factorqualifying for the Grand Lakeshore races.


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This makes being able to play before launch important for Need for Speed ​​fans. Something similar happens with FIFA Ultimate Team or Call of Duty multiplayer, to cite examples.

What has happened on Twitter regarding Need for Speed ​​Unbound is yet another chapter in the clashes between developers and userswhich are becoming more common on social networks.

Pay for 3 days early access?

Need for Speed ​​Unbound

Everything seemed to be going well with Need for Speed ​​Unbound. On November 21, the official Need for Speed ​​account detailed the contents of the Palace Editionmore expensive than the normal edition of the game.

The biggest claim of this Palace Edition is that allows you to play Need for Speed ​​Unbound 3 days before launch. That is, from next November 29.

One user (KyloZen0) did not agree with this pricing policy in relation to the Palace Edition, and he told the creators of Need for Speed ​​Unbound… replying to the official tweet. So far, all normal.

The problem is that the CM (account administrator) He didn’t take it well at all, and even answered in a mocking and cocky tone. It is as if he had forgotten the position he holds.

From there, this user in question did not hesitate to continue criticizing the decision made by EA, alleging that it’s ”absurd” to pay for 3 days early accessand that “it’s not what the fans wanted.”

The temperature was rising and even Need for Speed ​​CM used the expression ”milkshake brain”which roughly means ”brain shake”, a popular insult in Anglo-Saxon Twitter slang.

As a final answer, the user in question made it clear that he would NOT buy Need for Speed ​​Unbound, something he had been thinking about since the game’s announcement. One less sale for EA… and maybe something else.

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In ”attack” situations we tend to side with the developers (as long as they’re right, of course), but there is no denying that the CM of Need for Speed ​​has skated with the tone of the answers and, above all, in continuing the discussion until falling into the insult.

What do you think of the discussion between the Need for Speed ​​CM and this user? Beyond this, remember that Need for Speed ​​Unbound goes on sale December 2 on PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PCand that you can play three days before launch if you pre-order the Palace Edition.

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