Need for Speed World Digital Download on the 27th of July

Need for Speed: World OnlineThe Electronic Arts Studio named Black Box, announced that the massively multiplayer online action racing game entitled Need for Speed: World Online, will be available for digital download on the 27th of July for Windows-Based PCs.

The game, Need for Speed: World Online, combines street racing elements with deep RPG style elements to create an all-new socially connected Need for Speed experience. Players can compete against any other players on the game in intense online battles and police pursuits on a variety of racing tracks.

The Need for Speed World Starter Pack will be available for pre-order on the 20th of July. This packs guarantees early access to the game and a credit for twenty dollars worth of SpeedBoost, which is the in-game currency. The package also gives you full access in up to level fifty with a bundled assortment of power-ups. Additional power-ups and Double Experience periods can be purchased by players.

A free client of Need for Speed: World Online is also available at world.needforspeed.com to offer gamers a glimpse at the intense street racing action in up to ten levels.

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