Thread DetailsLast Edited by jersharocks July 14, 2016 at 05:36 AM
There standard edition is $13.20.
Attention EA Access members, Need For Speed(2015) should be in the vault today.
Deluxe from what i can see provides an additional starter car option a 10% in game credit discount and additional performance and style packs. Given the <$2 difference, it sounds like an excellent deal. Alas the upgrade is not on sale and I'm sure the vault version is the standard edition.
Also saw Need For Speed Rivals Compete is on sale for $9.90(base game is in EA Access vault).
Having played a trial of Need For Speed(2015) and base game Rivals, you're better off not getting Rivals imho. Need For Speed(2015) honestly let's you tune up and tweak cars so well that it doesn't feel like you're going to be forced to buy ever more prayerful cars, instead just upgrade your ride. Rivals though felt like you had to constantly upgrade to a new vehicle to make progress. Though Rivals does let you be the police and there is enjoyment in chasing down a racer and beating them till they can't move.
I'm guessing these are part of this week's deals with gold, but that page won't refresh for me to see other deals.