More than a million users have signed up to drive around in massively multiplayer online racer Need for Speed World, and EA shows its appreciation by removing level restrictions for non-paying customers, making all current and future content free-to-play.
Massively multiplayer online game Need for Speed World will be available for digital download starting July 27. Good thing EA picked a date for the PC game that doesn't put it up against any stiff competition.
The beta for the racing MMO Need For Speed World launches on Monday, and Electronic Arts has revealed its list of cars. The 1981 Renault 5 LeCar, 1977 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser and 1985 Pontiac Fiero did not make the cut.
EA's massively-multiplayer online racer goes live on July 20, giving PC drivers a chance to experience the mix of open world driving mixed with role-playing game style progression completely free, to a point.
Do you feel the need to speed constantly with a whole bunch of other people? Black Box Studios has kicked off the closed beta test for Need for Speed World, adding thousands of testers over the next few months.