Need for Speed Rivals Complete Edition out next month

Publisher Electronic Arts has revealed a Complete Edition for last year’s Need for Speed Rivals. Said compilation includes the base-game (obviously), in addition to all its previously-released downloadable packages. Need for Speed Rivals Complete Edition launches on October 21st in North America and October 24th in Europe, on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC (via Origin). The included DLC is as follows:

  • Ferrari Edition Special Complete Pack: Includes both Cop and Racer versions of these extreme machines – The Ferrari F40 and the Ferrari F50.
  • Simply Jaguar Complete Pack: Includes both Cop and Racer versions of the Jaguar C-X75, the most advanced Jaguar ever created, and the Jaguar XJ220 – the world’s first Hypercar.
  • Concept Lamborghini Complete Pack: Includes both Cop and Racer versions of the astonishing Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo and the stunning Lamborghini Miura Concept.
  • The Koenigsegg Agera One: The Koenigsegg One:1 is in a category of its own. It´s not a Supercar, not a Hypercar…It´s a One:1. The name refers to the almost impossible and highly sought-after ratio of one horsepower per kilogram.
  • Complete Movie Pack: Includes Cop and Racer versions of the GTA Spano; and Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. Plus, the Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR 722 Edition as a Cop and the Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR Roadster 722 S as a Racer.
  • Loaded Garage Pack: Complete your vehicle collection with the Loaded Garage Pack which includes the Ultimate Cop Pack, Ultimate Racer Pack, Premium Livery Pack, Classic Muscle Livery, Track Day Livery, VIP Matte Kit Livery and Digital Revolution Livery.

In addition to the above announcement, EA has also released a trailer celebrating the upcoming release, which you can check out above. Back in May, 2014, the publisher had stated that 2014 will not see the release of a new Need for Speed title. However, developer Ghost Games is currently hard-at-work on the next instalment, which launches in 2015. “We’ve made the decision to not release a Need for Speed in 2014, so we can work towards a highly innovative Need for Speed in 2015”, said EA. “An experience built on a foundation we know you’ll greatly look forward to.”