According to Electronic Arts, there are currently no plans to release paid DLC or have microtransactions in the Need for Speed reboot. In the FAQ on the Need For Speed website, the publisher adds that instead of DLC, the game will receive a series of free content updates and challenges.
Another thing worth noting on this FAQ is that it confirms that Need for Speed will run at 30 fps on PS4 and Xbox One. "For any driving game a steady frame rate is incredibly important, and with Need for Speed we're delivering super high production values when it comes to both visuals and sound "“ as can be seen in our pre-alpha footage of the game," reads the FAQ.
"We always look to maximize the game technology with the platform technology for the experience we're building, which is why the game will run at 30fps on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4. By doing this we ensure that your gameplay experience remains incredibly smooth and allows you to experience the high speed, adrenaline fuelled gameplay that you've come to expect from the Need for Speed series."
Need for Speed releases on PS4 and Xbox One on the 3rd of November in North America and on the 5th of November in Europe. The PC version will release in Spring 2016.