EA’s new Need for Speed reboot will be released on November 3, according to a release date listed on Xbox.com.
The listing has since been removed from the US version of the website but, at the time of writing, can still be accessed from other territories.
EA has not yet officially confirmed a release date, and it must also be noted that Xbox.com has been known to attach placeholder release dates to upcoming games, so it may be that this date is incorrect.
GameSpot has contacted EA for a comment.
Xbox.com’s listing also features new details on the game, teasing “five unique ways to play and win” and “rich authentic customization.”
It reads: “Carve your own unique path, via multiple overlapping stories, gaining reputation on your journey to become the ultimate icon … Build a car that reflects your character through extensive visual and performance customization.
“Need for Speed returns with five unique ways to play: Speed, Style, Build, Crew, and Outlaw, enabling you to earn reputation and ultimately win your way.”
Also mentioned is a new “West Coast Urban” setting: “Discover a nocturnal open world of urban car culture you never knew existed. Ventura Bay is your urban playground; from downtown, the harbour, and the canyons, the city comes alive while you sleep.”
For more on the game, read GameSpot’s in-depth coverage of the Need for Speed reveal.