Electronic Arts and Ghost Games will be releasing a "substantial amount" of DLC for Need for Speed, creative director Craig Sullivan told Vice. In addition, the director also confirmed that all DLC will be available for free.
"We're going to give you everything for free. I've seen the plans for what's going to happen over the next few weeks and months "“ there's nothing in there, by which I mean, we don't even have the ability to charge you in the game. There's no store to speak of," said Sullivan.
"Everything we're doing is focusing on listening to what the fans are asking for. They're certainly not saying to us, 'Can you build a load of stuff and charge us for it?' They're not saying that, so we're not doing that. I know some people when we do press like this, they say, 'Yeah, but I'm sure it'll all change in a week or two, or six months.' It's not going to.
"The plan is that there are no transactions in this game. All of the content that we're going to give you "“ a pretty substantial amount in the future, starting pretty soon "“ is going to be free. That's what players deserve."
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.