We have been besieged with previews and videos since the rumor mill truly kicked into fifth gear a few weeks ago, and Need For Speed Unbound has been the topic of numerous rumors and rumors for quite some time now. The most recent trailer showcases some of the intense pursuits between police and street racers that players will be able to experience once the game is released on December 2. \n \nThe lights are out as the video starts with sirens blaring and a Lotus racing through the city. It takes sharp turns and swerves, making it impossible for a police roadblock to stop it. Now that the cinematic has switched to a first-person gameplay viewpoint, we witness the automobile's anime flourishes come to life as it trades paint with the police, causing one car to crash into another, flipping, and triggering a takedown alert to demonstrate that it is not enough to just outrun the law enforcement to succeed. The movie also demonstrates a variety of police vehicles, some of which appear to be designed for speed, while others are more robustly constructed. \n \nOver the top of the trailer is playing an electronic rap tune, which is cut up with engine noise and tire screeches. The urban culture and rap visuals of the game seem to be getting a lot of attention from EA, which is a good move if the game lives up to expectations because it has an anime version of A$AP Rocky. \n \nAdditionally, the betting mechanism was demonstrated in the video. You won't simply walk away with cash after each race because you have to put up some money to compete. You can also wager particularly against other racers, who will each be entire personalities, so you should anticipate to build some rivalries during the course of the game.