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Gamers race the way they want in an ever expanding world that continues to grow with a constant stream of new content, cars, and features like all-new dynamic day/night cycle and an advanced vehicle performance customisation tuning system. Players can go under the hood to upgrade and tune their vehicle with an extensive list of car parts ranging from tuned engines to top-tier suspension systems to create a high-performance race machine.
In addition to English and German, Need for Speed World has now been localized for France, Russia, Spain and Poland markets. Players worldwide can feel the rush of illicit street racing as they speed their way through a white-knuckle socially-connected Need for Speed experience.
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