First reports indicate that the next Need for Speed video game will be published for PC on December 22nd, and that it will sport a sleek new logo. Tom Henderson, a network expert, verified this data. There has been no official word from EA or Criterion Games, but it seems likely that the reports are true. After all, the leak of the Need for Speed logo was traced back to the administrator of the Need for Speed fan group on the Subreddit resource, who goes by the moniker Ziimbiian.
There is no firm information on when exactly the revised logo and PC, Xbox Series, and PS5 race will be released. The popular video game’s visual identity, among other things, are all set for the big reveal.
However, the letters “NFS” on the logo are styled significantly differently from the badges of earlier racing alternatives. The designers ditched italics in favour of a bolder, more pronounced style, resulting in letters that are big, broad, and short. While in other iterations, vertical glyphs with slender legs prevail. These alterations are innovative and rigorous, like the book they reference. The setting is a replica of a harsh city like Chicago, thus it makes sense.
The new, monolithic logo was designed to reflect the game’s grim aesthetic. The name is huge, with big, thick characters and little white space between them. Only the presence of narrow white strips with exact geometry prevents the black from blending together. It is easy to detect this similarity in the lines of the “F” glyph. By virtue of their design, neighbouring letters have a little more room between each letter than other characters.