Three new DLC packs revealed featuring plenty of old favourites.
Criterion and Electronic Arts has finally lifted the lift off of the DLC plans for the acclaimed racer Need for Speed: Most Wanted and each pack is rather pricey.
The new content sorts down into three different packs which can be bought seperately for either 1200 Microsoft Points/£11.99 or 800 MSP/£7.99, or gamers can snap every piece of content up for 200 MSP/£19.99.
Here are the official blurbs for the content along with some shots:
Need for Speed Most Wanted Terminal Velocity – Need for Speed Most Wanted Terminal Velocity introduces players to Hughes International Airport, an expansive new location in Fairhaven City that gives players more opportunities to race, jump and drift their way to becoming the Most Wanted racer. Take on new single player modes with heightened levels of maneuverability in some of the world’s most coveted new rides including the Porsche 918 Spyder 2013, BMW 1 Series M Coupe 2012, Audi RS3 2012, Ford Fiesta ST 2012 and Alfa Romeo Mito QV 2012. The cars have been hand-picked for their tight controls, enabling them to bust through airport gates, while also being quick and light enough with the new Jump Nitrous mod to jump through and over everything else. Need for Speed Most Wanted Terminal Velocity is also packed with 136 new multiplayer milestones, 10 new multiplayer speedlists, 40 new billboards, 8 new achievements and more. Need for Speed Terminal Velocity will be available for 1200 MS points or £11.99.
Need for Speed Movie Legends – Always wanted to drive like your favorite action movie star? Now you can! Movie Legends features five of the world’s most iconic cars to have graced the silver screen. Gamers can take out rivals with debonair style in the luxurious Aston Martin DBS 2008 and Aston Martin DB5. Those who want to make like bandits and elude the police can get behind the wheel of the Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am Special Edition 1977. Players can also harness the power and aggression of a Dodge Charger R/T 1970 for fast races and furious chases. Finally, for racers who want to know what it feels like to disappear in the blink of an eye, comes an all new Need for Speed Most Wanted car: the Shelby GT500 1967. Need for Speed Movie Legends also comes with 8 new single player sprint events, 136 new multiplayer milestones, 50 new license plates and more. Need for Speed Movie Legends will be available for 800 MS Points or £7.99.
- Need For Speed Heroes – Take a trip down memory lane in five famous cars from Need for Speed history: the raucous Lamborghini Diablo SV from Need for Speed III Hot Pursuit, the terrifyingly powerful Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) from Need for Speed Underground, the ‘drift-a-licious’ Nissan 350Z from Need for Speed Underground 2, the ferocious Porsche 911 GT2 from Need for Speed Undercover and the ultimate Most Wanted car, the BMW M3 GTR from the 2005 Need for Speed Most Wanted. Players can test the limits of these Need for Speed throwbacks in 8 new high intensity Races and Speed Runs. Need for Speed Heroes also comes with 25 new liveries, 136 new multiplayer milestones and more. Need for Speed Heroes will be available for 800 MS Points or £7.99.
All of this content is available on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network today, whereas PC fans have to wait until March 5th for these packs to appear via Origin.
More Need for Speed can never be a bad thing, but pricing all of this DLC together in the complete bundle for the mouth watering price of £19.99 is sure to upset some gamers. We suspect many will just got for the individual packs on their own, with Terminal Velocity expansion undoubtedly the most attractive of the three sets.
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