As we said there will be several tasks in the game for each character, which represent the five directions of the game. It will be through the city of the game, which represents the open world here. You'll see on the map the whereabouts of these characters, who will call you to invite you to their own tasks, and these calls are often annoying, especially when you distract your attention and you are participating in another race. The city is really big, but you'll feel small because of its ambiguity. So that sometimes you feel that the available roads are not conducive to racing or skills in general.
Across the city you'll find cars driven by your computer or your friends who play with you in the same game. The new Need for Speed for those who do not know requires constant network connection, and will not even be able to play against the computer without it. If the connection is broken, you know that you will exit the race directly, and you may lose the point of keeping progress as well. Go back to your friends who appear in your map, you will be able to see them and they can be in another race, but in your world you will not see the competition unfortunately. If you want, you can challenge your friends or engage them in races within the crew. But we've missed a lot of multiplayer games like Capture The Flag.
As mentioned above, one of the five elements of the game is Outlaw, and here you will get Rep points if you encounter the police and managed to escape from them. The police problem here is that they are stupid. Even as I walk to my next job, I may face a police driver in a wrong place and hit his car, and then he will start chasing me. In the races there is no need to give importance to the police, you can ignore them and complete your race very quickly, and with congestion and the multitude of cars will run away from them without a doubt.
Variety of play styles, a very good car modification system, the way to make an entertaining story.