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Need for Speed Most Wanted combines street races and police chases. The action takes place in the city of Fairhaven. The main feature of the game is the opportunity to find cars in the city approaching their shift points. The player can race competitions and play on the network using the Autolog function. In Need for Speed Most Wanted there are extensive opportunities for online gaming a store chat and the ability to compete with other players for the title of leader in the list of Most Wanted.
Development Need for Speed Most Wanted was conducted in 2011 by the company Criterion Games after the delay of the studio EA Black Box. This game was the first in a series for the eighth generation of gaming systems and during the creation of the project the network capabilities were significantly improved. After the release of Need for Speed Most Wanted received positive feedback from critics. Of the merits of the game there were graphics an open world and an interesting multiplayer game on the net but the single-player game was criticized.
Need for Speed Most Wanted Game Overview:
Need for Speed Most Wanted Game Features:
By connecting to Autolog the player can drive around the city in the network game lobby. The meaning is the same as in the usual game but there is no police racing car change points and the opportunity to repaint having stopped by the workshop. The player opens colors and tuning for passing tasks such as several wins in a row on this machine knocking out other racers and so on. In the lobby the player can ride with friends and play SpeedList (a series of five consecutive races and tests created by the player) and in an open game with random players whose SpeedList will play everything is selected randomly. In a multiplayer game there are 5 ways to stand out License Plate Rival Cars Ridiculous Riding Knocking out an opponent “Jump” abilities (Multicolored drift marks and smoke in a jump only in DLC Terminal Velocity)