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Need for Speed Most Wanted demo hits PSN and Xbox Live

 

Have you been itching to make trouble in the open world, action racing      game everyone is talking about? Now you can. Electronic Arts Inc.      (NASDAQ: EA) and Criterion Games today released a single-player demo for Need      for Speed™ Most Wanted, the recently launched and critically      acclaimed reimagining of the bestselling title in Need for Speed history. Need for Speed Most Wanted has generated excitement and      enthusiasm from players and press around the world. Since launching on       October 30, the game has received numerous press accolades including a      perfect 5/5 score from UK’s The Guardian, and 9/10 scores from      IGN, Game Informer and the UK’s Edge Magazine. The demo,      which is available now for free download on PlayStation Network and Xbox      Live® (LINK),      unleashes gamers into the connected, open world of Fairhaven City where      they race, chase and explore their way to become Most Wanted amongst      their friends.

The Most Wanted demo starts players behind the wheel of      one of the game’s most recognizable, rides: the Aston Martin V12      Vantage. Players can also jack into three additional cars placed in      different areas of Fairhaven— the Porsche 911 Carrera S, the Audi R8 GT      Spyder and the Ford Focus RS500 — if you can find it, you can drive it.      Each vehicle has its own unique races, challenges and mods to unlock.      Autolog 2 puts social competition at the heart of the experience by      tracking and comparing everything players do against their friends and      offering up gameplay recommendations and challenges throughout the open      world as a result. If there’s something to do, there’s someone to beat —       from achieving the best time in a race to the fastest speed through a      speed camera. Players are constantly blazing a trail of high scores not      only in their game, but in their friend’s games as well. How can you      tell which friend has the furthest jump through a billboard? Autolog 2      puts their face on it. New Most Wanted players can achieve up to       50,000 Speed Points in the demo — all of which will carry over into the      full game, giving players a flying head start to topping the Most Wanted      list.

The full Need for Speed Most Wanted experience features seamless,      nonstop multiplayer, with no menus and no lobbies – just competition.      Gamers are thrust into a continuous playlist of different events with      persistent scoring and endless rewards. Players must fight for position      on the start line, or turn around to take out oncoming rivals at the      finish. Need for Speed Most Wanted is now available for the Xbox      360® videogame and entertainment system with Kinect support,      PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, PC, PlayStation Vita,      iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Kindle Fire devices and Android™.

For more information on Need for Speed Most Wanted, visit http://www.needforspeed.com/most-wanted

 

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Growing up, Kevin's parents believed video game consoles to be the spawn of the devil. Using twisted logic he was able to convince his father that video games on a computer were educational and was given a Commodore Vic 20. Kevin was able to keep the charade going long enough to acquire a Commodore 64 and a PC with an Intel 386 processor. He now attends junk sales regularly to find all of the console games he missed in his youth. You can follow Kevin on Twitter @KevinSimister

 
 

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