Collect and customize the world’s most amazing cars to use in the upcoming NFS Heat*. Expand your collection with weekly drops and unlock the most iconic cars on the streets today. Then log into your EA Account to push your custom designs into the game. They'll then be ready and waiting for you to play with in NFS Heat when the game releases on November 5, 2019, with Origin Access and EA Access**.
YOU CAN NEVER HAVE TOO MANY CARS
The Cars tab puts all vehicles you have access to right at your fingertips. Update your custom cars, then add your favorites to your Showroom. Want more cars? Each week a Container filled with the hottest releases is all yours. Some are so special they’ll need to be unlocked with progression points, earned by customizing your current rides, creating new wraps, or just spending time with your collection.
WELCOME TO THE SHOWROOM
Open the app to enter your Showroom, where all of your favorite cars will be on display. These are the cream of the crop, the customs you’ve really put your heart and soul into. Change things up when you add new designs or move a classic to the Workshop for some high-end tinkering.
EXPRESS YOURSELF IN THE WORKSHOP
This is your space to make each car your own. Go crazy with wild body-kits, wheels, exhausts, and more. Use the Color Selector to put your style on everything from the perfect finish to window tints. Even use the Wrap Editor to create custom designs.
SHARE YOUR HARD WORK IN THE CAPTURE LAB
Set up still shots and videos in the Capture Lab, or use the AR mode to instantly add your favorites anywhere - from your driveway to the highway. Then snap to share them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, or add them to Your Gallery for later.
HUSTLE BY DAY AND RISK IT ALL BY NIGHT
Want to see your customized rides burning up the neon-lit streets of NFS Heat? Log into your EA Account (or create one) and you’ll be able to play with them when the game releases*.
*Need for Speed Heat is a video game to be released on PC, PlayStation and Xbox and it has to be purchased separately. Access to that game will depend on final age ratings. You can only apply customizations made in this app in the game once you have unlocked the corresponding base car and car parts in the game.
**CONDITIONS, LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS APPLY. SEE ea.com/ea-access/terms AND origin.com/store/origin-access/terms FOR DETAILS.
User Agreement: http://terms.ea.com
Visit https://help.ea.com/en/ for assistance or inquiries.
EA may retire online features after 30 days’ notice posted on www.ea.com/service-updates.
Important Consumer Information. This app:
- Does not include in-app purchases
- May require an internet connection (network fees may apply).
- Requires an EA Account to access some features – you must be 13 or older to obtain an account.
- Contains direct links to the Internet and social networking sites intended for an audience over 13.
IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES AND CONSENT
By selecting install, you consent to the installation of any updates or upgrades that are released through the platform.
© 2019 Electronic Arts Inc.
Vehicles may have been customized by EA using fictitious or licensed AEM parts, logos or modifications.
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I Don't like EA, BUT...
This New NFS is looking promising hopefully the game is fully functional, now to the actual app review. The app in itself is a little lacking in customization of the actual parts it would've been amazing if there was a feature like NFS: carbon where one could customize all parts of the car. Color customization is pretty simple pick materials and color decals are a little limited as well but im guessing the full game will add many more actual car parts are varied on modern cars but are limited on classics. I do feel that the app has enough car and customization variation to keep it entertaining. I fully customized my Mitsubishi lancer evo and feel fulfilled to what ive made. So in short the app is good but could be made better over time. And recently they even made a trailer with my EVO so im happy with how this game and app are doing so far. Hopefully EA wont intervine with the devs of the game.
Potentially awesome, if it would only open
Echoing some other unfortunate folks on here, this app has only gotten past the initial purple logo screen ONCE. (And I’ve got iOS 12.4 and enough free space, so it’s not a compatibility or capacity issue.)
In that one time I was able to use the app, I also experienced issues with getting back to stock for any of the Parts that began with “nothing”. It would also be helpful if the tire rims—since there are so many—were numbered to go with the brand. After going through so many “fifteen52” rims, for instance, it would be nice (and quicker) to know which one I liked the best, since they’re all called “fifteen52”.
For these reasons, the issue with returning to stock & the need for a clearer distinction between Parts options’ names, along with being unable to open the app anyway, I’ve rated as a 3. If these could be addressed, this app would easily earn a 5.
Good idea, great presentation, great execution, poor performance
I own an iPhone 6s and that’s probably why it does this but the app is very laggy and has the running capabilities of an Olympic sprinter with a severe case of narcolepsy, meaning that one moment it will run perfectly with no issues at all and next the app will crash seemingly at random and will refuse to open if you try to restart the app, in my opinion I think this app has great potential but it has too many bugs. Just like fallout 76 and it’s bugs I don’t think the devs are going to try fixing them. But that might just be me. Might buy a better phone or get a PC emulator to use the app. I’d recommend this app to you if you have an iPhone 7 or higher. Or maybe an iPad. Don’t use it if it’s an iPhone 6. You will run into more problems than it’s worth.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.