I like racing games quite a bit, and the new Need For Speed Hot Pursuit is one that I think should be on any racing fans list of game to get.
Need for Speed Hot Pursuit is poised to transform online racing by bringing to life the adrenaline and intensity of high speed cop pursuits and changing the way that people connect and compete with their friends. Need for Speed Hot Pursuit introduces a revolutionary social network called Need for Speed Autolog, which seamlessly connects players with their friends by automatically tracking and comparing each person’s performances. Autolog also serves up challenges based on what your friends have been doing, creating a simple, yet brilliantly dynamic social-gaming experience.
Need for Speed Hot Pursuit includes an Online Pass* that gives players access to head-to-head multiplayer, two exclusive cars – the Lamborghini LP 550-2 Valentino Balboni and the Lamborghini LP 570-4 Superleggera – and 10x the storage capacity at no extra charge. To access this content players use the in-game one-time-use registration code. Players that do not have a code can purchase an Online Pass for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE™ Marketplace and $9.99 on the PlayStation®Network.
Need for Speed Hot Pursuit is available now in North America and will be available November 18 in Europe and November 19 in the UK for the Xbox 360® videogame and entertainment system, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, PC and the Wii™**.
Need for Speed Hot Pursuit is also now live on the AppStore for iPhone® and iPod touch® mobile digital devices. Created by EA Mobile’s IronMonkey Studios in Melbourne, Australia, the game puts players in the role of the enforcer as they drive as a cop in up to 24 Cop Career Events. Gamers start off as a rookie and have to collect bounty to progress to the top of the ranks. They can choose from up to 15 high performance police cars to grind, nudge and drift their way through coastal, desert, and mountain environments in night, day and dusk scenarios to score bounty points. In addition, players can experience epic takedowns and awesomely over-the-top crashes with eye-popping visual clarity maximized for the Retina Display on iPhone 4 and 4th Generation iPod touch. The game supports head-to-head action as cop or racer via local Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
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