Today sees the arrival of some brand new content in Need for Speed Heat. EA has released a Spring update for its open world racer, and you can claim a bunch of it for free. All you need to do is install the latest patch, and you'll have access to a Black Market Delivery within the game.
There, you'll meet Raziel, a dodgy car dealer importing new vehicles for you to pick up. In today's update, you'll be able to claim some stuff for free, while the other half will set you back $4.99. The complimentary content includes an Aston Martin DB11 Volante (2018), new challenges to beat, and a host of character and car customisation parts. The premium car, a McLaren F1 (1993), also brings with it some fresh challenges and cosmetic bits and bobs.
The game update on PlayStation 4 comes in at about 8.4GB, so it's quite hefty, but you're at least getting a free new car to play with. Whether you stick with the freebie or plump for the extra one, you'll need to head down to Port Murphy and collect them from a shipping container.
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