Need for Speed World Game Review Gameplay Trailer Screenshots

By | June 23, 2017

Need for Speed World Game Review Gameplay Trailer Screenshots:

Game Review: Need for Speed ​​World formerly known as Need for Speed ​​World Online is a multiplayer computer game of the Need for Speed ​​series published by Electronic Arts in 2010 for personal computers running Windows 1  2.  The development was carried out by the studios EA Black Box and EA Singapore later development and support went to PopCap Games and QuickLime (later these studios were disbanded and only the group that supported the game and servers remained).  Need for Speed World is translated into several languages including Russian.  The composer is Mick Gordon 3.

Need for Speed World Game Overview: 

The game was released in the business model of Free-to-play.  As a paid content player could buy the game currency SpeedBoost for which it was possible to buy new cars and improvements.  In online battles and police chases players could compete with their friends or other racers.  The special “currency” SpeedBoost which you can buy in the in-game store allows you to use additional game objects such as Booster Packs Power-ups and XP Accelerators as well as exotic racing cars.  Various payment systems could be used to pay for the purchase including credit cards Internet wallets and SMS.

The game’s location is an open game world formed from several cities – from Most Wanted and Carbon.  A dynamic change in the time of day was realized.  In addition developers have changed locations in connection with the seasons – in the autumn to Halloween in the city there were pumpkins in the winter by the New Year one of the territories was covered with snow turning into a festive zone.

Need for Speed World Game Features: 

Moving around the location the player could join the races with up to 6 players create races (that is only with his “friends” or invited riders) participate in races with artificial intelligence compete with the police (artificial intelligence)  And with other racers.  The number of players on the map that the player could see was limited to 15. The following types of races were implemented sprint ring team escape meeting place (photo mode) treasure hunt  Pursuit and drag.

Initially the player in the free version of the game could pass it only to the tenth level however in order to further improve his level he needed to purchase a Starter Pack the cost of which was $ 20.  This restriction was lifted on Sept. 9 and Starter Pack owners received 8000 SpeedBoost and 3 seven-day vouchers for BMW M3 GTR Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 and Audi R8 4.2 FSI quattro as cost recovery.


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