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Need for Speed: Most Wanted is an open racing game created by Criterion Games and published by Electronic Arts. In Most Wanted, you play as an anonymous hero who is certainly the most famous and intelligent leader that has ever ruled the streets of Fairhaven. This means beating the race, overtaking other competitors and maneuvering in wet urban speed – all while maintaining the street and being the infamous 19th title of Need for Speed, Most Wanted for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation Vita, Wii, iOS and Android. (Wii version, Need For Speed: Most Wanted U, released a year later). The 2012 EA remake is a remake of a love letter for the original game Speed ​​for Speed: Most Wanted, by Wanted, is a fast game, even compared to other racing games. The online game is an endless list of races in which you can quickly choose a car and jump in right away. Even the starting line is not only a place where you can spin the wheels; you can jump into other cars to get a better starting position. Cars in Most Wanted are not only about speed and control – it is about (function () {(‘review-app-page-desktop’);}); Need for Speed: Most Wanted in Open World Racer focuses on exploring and navigating the open world. Fairhaven is a beautiful map with winding streets, deadly jumps, royal architecture and grunge pavements. In contrast, the contrast is particularly evident when speeding between a quiet beach and a narrow industrial area. These pavements pave the way for unforgettable non-linear races inspired by Need for Speed: visual diversity is also suitable for well-spaced jumps and tight shortcuts. The repeatability is improved by the diversity of cars, each of which has its own advantages in different environments. The track that slowed you down and lost you at the beginning of the game can be an opportunity to race in different racing modes with better vehicles. Speed ​​Needed: Most Wanted offers four types of game modes: sprint races, track races, fast races and stalking. Speed ​​waveforms are the most basic, moving from point A to point B as soon as possible. Sprint and track races will lead you to the track you marked out, with the latter requiring a certain number of turns. Finally, in ambush races, avoiding the police is as fast as the most unforgettable races: round, high octane routes where the police are in the ambush. Winning them gives you the chance to track your competitors by stealing their top 10 and rewarding them with a car. Stakes are high in these quick scenarios and give the best games to the best racing games. Like in Burnout Paradise EA, Most Wanted has a lot of realism, introducing licensed cars to the market and focusing on city management. It’s much less realistic than a game like Assetto Corsa, but it prefers a cinematic taste rather than immersion. However, the result is a hybrid experience that combines arcade racing elements with masterfully modified opening and customization. The core of a good product is game. Vehicles have enough options to stay fresh and everyone feels different enough toplayers questioned their decisions. Drift control is intuitive and the use of the handbrake (which you have to rely on) is engaging and logical. Event Winning offers new customization options, such as tire configurations, an improved chassis and an important nitro star in the EA Open Playground noted what fans of 2005 Most Wanted original wanted to see and put an end to their own racing style, police integration to increase chaos and voltage up to eleven. Like Burnout paradise, Most Wanted takes place in a large open world and offers a competitive online game for those who dare to try their hand. Now the biggest change in EA’s second cyclist, Burnout Paradise, is the removal of 2012 car accidents Most Wanted. Although disappointing for some, it has helped accelerate the race and focus on the race, not just the performance. Cars, however, bear the resulting sports damage. The multiplayer gameplay has also been improved, providing login / logout via the Easydrive menu system.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted