Need for Speed: Most Wanted – Best Racing Games in The world
Need for Speed: Most Wanted is an open-world racing game developed by Criterion Games and released by Electronic Arts (EA). Announced on June 4, 2012, during the EA press conference, Most Wanted is the ninth title in the Need for Speed series and was released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation Vita, iOS and Android, starting in North America October 30, 2012, with a Wii U version after March 14, 2013 under the title Need for Speed: Most Wanted U.
The game picked up on the Most Wanted Intellectual Property, unlike the Hot Pursuit Reboot that Criterion Games previously developed.
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Need for Speed: Most Wanted is set in an open world environment. The game takes the Gameplay style of the first Most Wanted title in the Need for Speed franchise.
Most of the wishes allow players to choose a car and compete against other racers in three types of events: sprint racing, from one point of the city to the other, circuit racing with two or three rounds and speed- Runs that involve traversing a course at the highest average speed possible.
There are also Ambush races, where the player is surrounded by cops and has to escape their pursuit as quickly as possible.
In November 2011 it was shown that Criterion Games developed another Need for Speed game, according to a job ad. According to the job listing, the studio was “looking for talented cinematic artists to work on the world’s number one, multi-award-winning, arcade racing franchise.” According to the listing, players should expect “entertaining, compelling in-game As well as “intense auto-action sequences, terrific jumps, insane crashes, and epic car chases. Extending the year, another job ad reported that Criterion played a game with” credible, open world AI racing driver developed in January 2012, the UK retailer game showed that EA plans to launch Medal of Honor: War fighter and a new entry in the Need for Speed series later this year, which was shown by EA during a confidential presentation, but the developer and which direction the race series takes in 2012 has not been uncovered.On 23 January 2012,