Need for Speed Unbound players can experience the game as early as tomorrow, thanks to early access

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Early access will begin as per regional timings and follow the same pattern that EA followed with FIFA 23 and NHL 23.

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Getting early access will be a similar process, as buyers will just have to purchase the game's Palace Edition.

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Compared to the Standard Edition, the premium version is more expensive, but comes with plenty of extra goodies.

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There are different outlets from where they can purchase the game, knowing how well they can run the game is of great importance.

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Continue eading to check out the minimum PC requirements for this new edition

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– OS: Windows 10 64-bit – CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 / Intel Core i5-8600 or equivelant – RAM: 8 GB – Graphics card: AMD RX 570 / Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti or equivalent

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Minimum

– DirectX: 12 Compatible video card – Online Connection Requirements: 1 Mbps or faster internet connection – Hard-drive space: 50GB+

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– OS: Windows 10 64-bit – CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 / Intel Core i7-8700 or equivalent – RAM: 16 GB

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AMD Radeon RX5700 / Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 or equivalent – DirectX: 12 Compatible video card – Online Connection Requirements: 1 Mbps or faster internet connection – Hard-drive space: 50GB+

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All members of EA Play will get up to 10 hours of trial and enjoy a discount on their full purchase.

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EA Play Pro members will be able to enjoy the same facilities, but will also gain access to all the contents of the Palace Edition.

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Need for Speed has been an iconic name in the genre of racing games

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Interestingly, hardcore fans will find certain similarities when they get down to dominate the streets and race to the top.

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Need for Speed Unbound can become the next big chapter in the franchise's history.

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