Right now if you live in select regions then you are able to download and play the newest Need for Speed game since it is currently in a soft launch on Android. The rest of the Android world has to wait for the game’s global launch which we now know is happening in the very near future.
[UPDATE: Wednesday, September 30th, 2:26 AM] Need for Speed No Limits from EA is finally live in the Google Play Store. Though it is a bit weird, some devices it is not compatible with just yet. We are not sure why. It could be rolling out and updating slowly. Right now Nvidia Shield Tablets are not compatible, but this could be showing up intermittently for some people. We will keep a watch on it and update you on this as more devices are added. Let us know what you think of the game in the comments, and if your device is compatible. The link to download the game is at the bottom of this article. The game is free-to-play and does include optional in-app purchases.
We have reported on Need for Speed: No Limits a few times now since it was announced. For those of you who have missed our previous coverage, Need for Speed: No Limit is all about racing and owning the streets against your opponents. There’s a ton of different cars to collect and drive, and apparently there is over 250 million different combinations possible when it comes to upgrading and customizing your rides.
Outside of the usual standard game mode, there is also Time Trial, Car Delivery, and Duel modes for players to try out their skills. In other words, there is a lot of content in this game, even if you just stick to the normal modem, collecting cars and customizing them. For those of you looking to get your hands on this game, Need for Speed: No Limits will be landing on Android globally on Sept. 30th. When it does arrive it will be free to download and play with optional IAPs as well. Pre-registration (via Google Play link below) is still live for those of you who want to do that.
Source: NFS:NL Tumbler