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Need for Speed: Most Wanted, the premium mobile port of EA’s 2012 racer, is currently just 99c on Google Play, down from its usual price of $4.99. Taking… Continue reading
Need for Speed: No Limits has had a new driver and car added to it in the latest update. The driver is Ken Block and the car is his ridiculously awesome 1965 Ford Mustang named Hoonicorn. This is all part of the update that brings the Xtreme Racing Championships to Blackridge.
Electronic Arts is planning to release an update next week for their newly released title Need for Speed No Limits. This update will probably bring new content to the game, but what is confirmed is the extra visual enhancements that will be arriving for Shield tablet owners.
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.
EA’s next installment into their Need for Speed franchise has gone live on Google Play for pre-registration. For those of you not familiar with this game, Need for Speed: No Limits has been in development for some time now, originally being announced last year, then finding controversy over the fuel system, and finally going into soft launch in select regions in February 2015.
EA has quietly done a soft launch of their next Need for Speed game called Need for Speed: No Limits. This game has already come under fire for a particular IAP that will be included in the game and that is the in-app purchase players have the option of using where they can purchase more gas. Whether this actually made it into the game or not is something we will be finding out shortly.
Recently we posted about the new Need For Speed game heading our way called Need For Speed: No Limits. While the game looks pretty good and everyone is surely resigned to the fact that there will be IAPs in it, since this is EA after all, what may turn a lot of people off from the game before it is even released is the fact that players will have to buy gas.
The next installment into the Need For Speed franchise will be heading our way soon and there has been plenty of teasing with videos and screenshots being released. Even with all of that available we still don’t know a whole lot about Need For Speed: No Limits which will be coming to Android at some point this year.
Electronic Arts held their press event announcing plenty of gaming information as one would expect to see at these events. One of the mobile related tidbits of information to come out of the press conference was that the upcoming Need for Speed: Rivals game will feature cross-platform multiplayer gameplay but not in the traditional sense.