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Need for Speed World
Game Description:Need for Speed World brings together best in class action racing with an unparalleled social experience. For the first time in a racing game, players will be able to compete against any one of their friends, family or pick from thousands of top ranked players to challenge in intense online battles and police pursuits across 150 miles of sprawling open world. Need for Speed World takes the well known and popular cities from Need for Speed Most Wanted and Need for Speed Carbon to create the biggest, most exciting race world ever released in the Need for Speed universe.
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Need for Speed World Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, September 16th

    Posted: September 16, 2010

    86,038 Views | 08:15

  • Need for Speed World Power-Ups Developer Diary

    Posted: June 24, 2010

    1,166 Views | 01:30

  • Need for Speed World - Developer Walkthrough Episode 1

    Posted: June 4, 2010

    8,193 Views | 01:42

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, June 3rd

    Posted: June 3, 2010

    109,595 Views | 08:31

  • Need for Speed World EA London Showcase Trailer

    Posted: May 17, 2010

    1,653 Views | 02:00

 


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