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Criterion Games’ second swing at the Need For Speed franchise will likely live or die by its multiplayer content, especially given the developer’s sterling pedigree from a long history of Burnout titles. Thankfully, we’ll get another peak at how that content will look when the Need For Speed: Most Wanted multiplayer trailer hits the Internet on August 14th.

Current details about the upcoming racer already have series’ fans talking, as this title will be a reboot of the franchise, hence the re-use of the title from EA Black Box’s 2005 game.

Most notably, full-on customization options won’t be a part of the package—to the disappointment of many people—but certain features (paint, body kits, engine, etc.) will be adjustable.

Criterion Games’ and EA’s new NFS:MW will also feature some unannounced kind of Kinect functionality, but don’t expect that to be part of the incoming sizzle reel. Check out the teaser below and mark your digital calendar for Tuesday.

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Need For Speed: Most Wanted Multiplayer Trailer Debuts On August 14

Criterion Games' second swing at the Need For Speed franchise will likely live or die by its multiplayer content, but we'll get another peak at that content on August 14th.

By EGM Staff | 08/12/2012 01:58 PM PT

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Criterion Games’ second swing at the Need For Speed franchise will likely live or die by its multiplayer content, especially given the developer’s sterling pedigree from a long history of Burnout titles. Thankfully, we’ll get another peak at how that content will look when the Need For Speed: Most Wanted multiplayer trailer hits the Internet on August 14th.

Current details about the upcoming racer already have series’ fans talking, as this title will be a reboot of the franchise, hence the re-use of the title from EA Black Box’s 2005 game.

Most notably, full-on customization options won’t be a part of the package—to the disappointment of many people—but certain features (paint, body kits, engine, etc.) will be adjustable.

Criterion Games’ and EA’s new NFS:MW will also feature some unannounced kind of Kinect functionality, but don’t expect that to be part of the incoming sizzle reel. Check out the teaser below and mark your digital calendar for Tuesday.

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