Need for Speed Most Wanted Gameplay Feature Series Part 1 Focuses on Single-Player

Burn rubber - and most of Fairhaven down - in Criterion's modern remake.

Posted By | On 19th, Sep. 2012

Electronic Arts has released a new video feature series for Criterion’s Need for Speed: Most Wanted. In part 1, we look at the game’s connected open world setting, and its Easy Drive system which “allows for truly seamless driving experience with no pausing necessary”.

Besides featuring all cars from the outset, you can also swap cars and mods without ever exiting the open world or gameplay. Autolog 2 is also one of the pimped features, besides earning Speed Points to unlock performance modifications and raising your rank on The Most Wanted List for friends and foes to see.


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