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Need For Speed Unbound Pre-Order Guide – All 3 Versions Explained

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by Nikola "Nick" Jovanovic
Need For Speed Unbound Pre-Order Guide - All 3 Versions Explained

Do you remember the last time Need For Speed got a Collector’s Edition? Well, NFS fans are in for a treat this year! Finally, a new sequel has been announced from Criterion. Not only will Need for Speed Unbound revive the legendary racing series in a stylized new form, but it will also bring many special editions for the racing sickos.

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Need For Speed Unbound Pre-Order Guide

You can find all the information about all of the physical and digital versions of Need for Speed Unbound, as well as preorder bonuses, below:

Need for Speed Unbound Collector’s Edition

We haven’t had a physical collector’s edition for a Need for Speed title in a long time, but that changes with Unbound. The Collector’s Edition, named “Creative Subversion Kit”, is complete chaos with an over-the-top art style, and comes with:

  • PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X|S version of the game – No Collector’s Edition for PC, and no last-gen version at all.
  • Collector’s Box – NFS ya all!
  • Steelbook case – Do not ignore it.
  • Need For Speed Unbound Ski Mask – Totally not for committing street racing-related crimes.
  • 3 Colored Markers – For doing “street art”, just try to not get caught.
  • 5 Vinyl Stickers – Ideal for your Honda.
  • 24 Hello Stickers – Ideal for your fridge.

There are some digital bonuses that come with the pre-order of Need for Speed Unbounded Collector’s Edition:

  • Additional custom driving effect
  • Additional custom license plate
  • Additional banner (artwork & sticker)
  • $150,000 in-game credits (for use in multiplayer only)

Need for Speed Unbound Palace Edition

The Palace Edition comes as a digital and physical special edition that brings:

  • The base game for any of the launch platforms
  • 4 new Custom Cars
  • New “gassy” Driving Effects
  • Mashman Decals and Licence Plate
  • Exclusive Character Pose and Banner Artwork
  • Special Clothing Pack (20 unique items)

The Palace Edition preorder comes with the same bonuses as the Collector’s Edition preorder:

  • Additional custom driving effect
  • Additional custom license plate
  • Additional banner (artwork & sticker)
  • $150,000 in-game credits (for use in multiplayer only)

Need for Speed Unbound Standard Editon

The Standard Edition of Unbound brings the base version of the game, and if you preorder, you get the same set of digital bonuses as in the other two versions:

  • Additional custom driving effect
  • Additional custom license plate
  • Additional banner (artwork & sticker)
  • $150,000 in-game credits (for use in multiplayer only)

EA Play Pro vs EA Play

EA Play service subscribers will have the opportunity to try the game earlier. As soon as November 29, EA Play subscribers will be able to try 10 hours of Need for Speed Unbound Standard Edition, while EA Play Pro service subscribers will get the opportunity to play Need for Speed Palace Edition without restrictions starting from the same date. There are also a few other differences between EA Play Pro and EA Play when it comes to Need for Speed Unbound:

Image source: EA.com

That’s all you need to know about the different versions of Need for Speed Unbound, pre-orders, and bonuses. The only question remains – what will you use your NFS Ski Mask for?

Need for Speed Unbound arrives on December 2, only on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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