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Need for Speed​​: Most Wanted was confirmed as the next chapter

Need for Speed​​: Most Wanted was confirmed as the next chapter in the series Electronic Arts Racing

Continuation of the famous series Need for Speed ​​has been officially confirmed. It is a Need for Speed​​: Most Wanted, Electronic Arts hired Developers Criterion Games. More details about the project follows in the E3, the first match is now attached screenshot posted on Facebook.

This definitely will not be the first racing game on the Criterion Games. They have been working on Need for Speed​​: Hot Pursuit, and we know them from the Burnout series.

Need For Speed: Most Wanted - E3 2012: Debut Gameplay



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Comment by: dushko dolgoushko :* on 27 Jun, 2012

can you please tell me who is the new owner of the need for speed series??

Comment by: tariq on 29 Jun, 2012

this is a new nfs most wanted edition and when will it rellease

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