Need for Speed Most Wanted 2012 info:-
Need for Speed Most Wanted 2012, The open-world action in Need for Speed Most Wanted gives you the freedom to drive your way. Hit jumps and shortcuts, switch cars, lie low or head for terrain that plays to your vehicle’s unique strengths. Fight your way past cops and rivals using skill, high-end car tech and tons of nitrous. It’s all about you, your friends and a wild selection of cars. Let’s see what you can do. o menus, no lobbies and no restrictions – just intense competition. Race, battle, crash and explore at your own pace with a massive variety of things to do (and rewards to collect) throughout the open world. Pick a car jump into a nonstop playlist of competitive events in online mode. Influence the playlist by voting with your car. Jostle for position on the starting line. Cross the finish line and turn around to take out oncoming rivals.
Autolog records everything you do, broadcasting a feed of your most newsworthy scores, speeds and times to your friends – and you’ll see there’s too. Whatever you do, there’s someone to beat. Need for Speed Most Wanted delivers a deep, physical experience that showcases the personalities of awesome licensed cars. Experience insane speeds, spectacular crashes, aggressive driving and huge drifts.
Need for Speed Most Wanted 2012 Gameplay:-
Need for Speed: Most Wanted is set in an open world environment. The game takes on the gameplay style of the first Most Wanted title in the Need for Speed franchise. Most Wanted allows players to select one car and compete against other racers in three types of events: Sprint races, which involves traveling from one point of the city to another, Circuit races, each having two or three laps total and Speed runs, which involve traversing through a course in the highest average speed possible. There are also Ambush races, where the player starts surrounded by cops and must evade their pursuit as quickly as possible.
Cops are integrated into certain racing sessions, in which the police deploy vehicles and tactics to stop the player’s car and arrest the player, like the original Most Wanted. The game features a Most Wanted List of 10 racers, similar to the Blacklist in the single-player section of the original Most Wanted, which featured 15 racers. As the Most Wanted racers are defeated, their cars are added to the player’s roster the moment the player wrecks them. In this reiteration, the focus shifts from Rockport, the city in the original, to a new city called Fairhaven.
Fairhaven resembles a regular city. It has a beach and an Industrial District. It has a main highway dubbed I-92 that stretches across the city. Gameplay of Most Wanted has been likened to that of the Burnout series. Like Burnout Paradise, races have a start and end point but players can choose their own route to the finish line, a departure from the original Most Wanted, but similar to “crew challenges” from the sequel, Carbon. Destructible billboards and fences; and drive-through repair garages, all of which originated from Paradise, are also featured. Please See More Information……….
Need for Speed Most Wanted 2012 Marketing:-
Most Wanted racing champion, a two-city event that took the game around the United Kingdom prior to the game’s release. The leading UK racer was crowned the UK’s Most Wanted champion live on stage at the Golden Joysticks, and received a special Need for Speed: Most Wanted Golden Joystick, one of the first Golden Joysticks to be won by a member of the gaming public, plus a Limited Edition copy of the game.
To celebrate the launch of Most Wanted, a contest was held where Facebook users could “like” a picture for the chance to win a VIP kit, which included an iPhone 4S, an iPad 3, a watch, a pair of Converse shoes, a “Get Wanted” cap, and a copy of the game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. A single-player demo was released on 13 November on Xbox Live Marketplace worldwide and the PlayStation Network in North America and on 15 November 2012 on the PlayStation Network in Europe.
Need for Speed Most Wanted 2012 Development:-
In November 2011, it was revealed that Criterion Games was developing another Need for Speed game, according to a job advertisement. 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 cinematic action sequences” from the racer, as well as “intense car action sequences, terrifying jumps, insane crashes and epic car chases. Earlier in the year, another job advert revealed that Criterion was developing a game with “believable, open world AI racing drivers.