ALL Need for Speed: Most Wanted Announced

Need for Speed: Underground 2 hasn't arrived on all platforms yet, but Electronic Arts has already announced the next installment of the Need for Speed series.

Combining the thrill of illicit street racing and tuner customization with the intensity of strategic police pursuits that rivals any Hollywood-style chase scene, Need for Speed: Most Wanted challenges players to become the most notorious and elusive street racer.

"Out-race your opponents, evade cops and exploit the open world in Need for Speed Most Wanted; street racing doesn't get any better than this," said Larry LaPierre, senior producer, EA Canada. "Players instantly will feel the thrill of the ride as they hit the streets in an open world environment where drivers can tune their cars to compete against any class of vehicles or use their wits to out-fox the law to satisfy their need for speed."

Need for Speed Most Wanted will deliver a unique, fast-paced and gripping ride in the racing genre as players build up their Rap Sheet and street cred to move their way up the Black List to become the most wanted racer on the streets. Players will go head-to-head with the top drivers on the scene as well as strategically evade more than half dozen cops at any one time. Add in a dynamic open world, new gameplay and customization as well as tuners, supercars, muscles and sports cars and Need for Speed Most Wanted will be on every gamer's "must-have" list.

The game will be available for a next generation console (just one?) as well as the PlayStation 2, the Xbox, the Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS, GameBoy Advance, PSP and PC.

Posted on 11-04-2005 by Dennis


  • Mmm... tempting...

    Nintendude, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • Probably available for just one, as the Xbox 360 will be out this year, around the tome this is released, where as the rest aren't. My theory anyway!

    Viruscool, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • probably, revolution is outta the picture and xbox is months ahead of ps3

    tweak896, 30-11--0001 at 00:00

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