Need for Speed: Most Wanted May be Available for Android on October 30, 2012

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  • 25 Oct 2012
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  • The Need for Speed franchise has been gathering fans of racing titles for years now and has evolved from PC’s to consoles and finally for the mobile platforms. EA Games is one of the top developers in the business of making games. Their latest title in the Need for Speed series is called Most Wanted and it goes for a different approach then what we’ve seen with past titles.

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    It has been more than seven years since the first Need for Speed title was declared one of the best racing games for the PC platform. Since then the graphics and hardware have greatly evolved and the latest title in the series – Most Wanted – promises to bring the most realistic experience yet. The game will offer more action, spectacular graphics and an open world that wants to be explored corner to corner. In Most Wanted you are able to choose from no less than 41 dream cars, with brands like Lamborghini or Aston Martin setting the scene.

    Need for Speed: Most Wanted is set to be released this October 30th for PC’s, and consoles. Though EA hasn’t been clear about it, it is rumored that the date will also mark the launch of the game for the Android and iOS mobile platforms. EA has also released a teaser trailer that you can enjoy below, while we wait for some more info about this great title that will hopefully hit Android soon:

     

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