The lights are on
Criterion's Need for Speed: Most Wanted is filled with improvements over past installments, such as the ability to access every car from the start, and fluid open-world gameplay that Burnout: Paradise City veterans will find familiar. EA's latest look at the game shows some of those features and more in action.
The video below shows off a tantalizing sample of cars, as well as glimpses of some of Fairhaven City's varied locations. The Most Wanted tag isn't just there out of tradition, either. There are 10 most-wanted drivers out there, and you can take them out one by one -- provided you're skilled enough.
The game is racing to shelves October 30 for the Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 3, iOS, Vita, and Android.
Click here to get a better look at the game's updated Autolog system.
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I didn't know it wa coming out on the Vita! That's great
Underground 2 was the only NfS I ever liked, mainly because of some sim elements and good atmosphere. This is evidently something completely different (new Burnout, I guess) and it looks promising. Don't see why it has to be named NfS but I guess that's the way for EA to save franchise because after NfS: U2 everything was garbage, imo!
im started to get a little worried. it doesnt look like the veihickle customization for asthetic purposes is in the game =/
*** this game!. Worst *** ever! We want underground 3!!!!!!!
does this have split screen?
IDK about this whole, everything is yours to have from the beginning. Some things feel more valuable because of the time and work you put in to unlocking them. This game sounds like it'll appeal to people with an ego and dudes who have to be the very best. ya know, the Narcissistic guys.
Looks so tasty.
cool car speed video
fun XD jump high car fly