Aside from the more traditional racing modes, Criterion are including non-racing treats to test our skills with. There's a "deep reward structure" at the heart of Most Wanted.
Challenge events include drifting, near miss and parkour where team work "is key." There's also a 'free-for-all speed test' with 90 seconds to get the highest non-stop speed, drift, jump and more.
There'll be custom paint jobs, license plates and vehicle mods to fine tune our rides with better speed, grip or a stronger chassis. Need for Speed: Most Wanted releases on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC November 2nd.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted gameplay trailer focuses on multiplayer
12 October 2012 | By Simon Priest