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Need for Speed No Limits Review Breakdowns

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Downloads

Aug, 2020
Worldwide
91K

Revenue

Aug, 2020
Worldwide
$143K

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Description

Read on for important info below! Claim the crown as king of the underground as you race for dominance in the first white-knuckle edition of Need for Speed made just for mobile – from the game developer that brought you Real Racing 3. Build the ride that shows your style with an unbelievable range of cars and customizations. Launch yourself between chaos and control as you hit the pedal and roll into underground street racing. Takedown the competition, up your rep, then kick into more races, more customizations, and more cars. Make your choices and never look back. This app offers in app purchases. You may disable in app purchases using your device settings. CUSTOMIZE EXTREME RIDES Stock your garage with the real-world cars you’ve always wanted, from top manufacturers such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Pagani, Koenigsegg, Hennessey, and more. Then trick them out with the hottest customization system on mobile, from spots like the Mod Shop and the Black Market, giving you over 2.5 million custom combos to play with. Your rides are waiting – take them to the streets to go head-to-head with the competition and prove yourself. DRIVE FAST – AND FEARLESS Steer onto the streets of Blackridge, accelerate over jumps and around debris, into traffic, against walls, and through high-speed Nitro Zones. Flip on the nitrous and thrust yourself into another level of adrenaline-fueled driving and drifting. Around every corner is a fresh race as you clash with local crews and local cops. It’s a world full of wannabe drivers – can you stay in front and earn respect? RACE TO WIN Never back down as you race anyone crazy enough to take you on, leave them gapped, and increase your rep. Dig, drift, drag, and roll your ride to the finish line while outrunning the police on your tail. Burn rubber in over 1,000 challenging races – and that’s just the starting line. Be notorious, own the streets, and score the world’s best cars. Because one ride is never enough! --------------------- User Agreement: terms.ea.com Visit https://help.ea.com/ for assistance or inquiries. EA may retire online features and services after 30 days’ notice posted on www.ea.com/1/service-updates Important Consumer Information: This app: requires a persistent Internet connection (network fees may apply); Requires acceptance of EA’s Privacy & Cookie Policy and User Agreement. includes in-game advertising; collects data through third party analytics technology (see Privacy & Cookie Policy for details); contains direct links to the Internet and social networking sites intended for an audience over 13. By installing this game, you consent to its installation and the installation of any game updates or upgrades released through your platform. You can turn off automatic updates through your device settings, but if you do not update your app, you may experience reduced functionality. Some updates and upgrades may change the way we record usage data and metrics, or change data stored on your device. Any changes will always be consistent with EA’s Privacy and Cookie Policy, available at privacy.ea.com. You can withdraw your consent at any time by removing or disabling this app, visiting help.ea.com for assistance, or by contacting us at ATTN: Privacy / Mobile Consent Withdrawal, Electronic Arts Inc., 209 Redwood Shores Pkwy, Redwood City, CA, USA.

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Pay to win and unbalanced
Salgath on 2020-09-21
Many Issues: This is 100% a pay to win game. It is very restricted on what you can play and how many times you can play. It uses a ridiculos system of tickets and they are just a few of them so you use them then put the game away or PAY! Also, the special events are rigged so you cannot finish them u less you spend gold buying upgrades, and off course, gold is hard to get. You have to buy gold with real money! You cannot get cars easily, you want a good car, well, pay money! Yet, you cannot use it much because well, there are no tickets and all is PR based. Another issue is, the system lies to you, you have a car that is listed as easy or at worse medium to comp,ete a mission, and surprise, you spend 10 tickets trying to pass an easy mission because it is actually Extra Hard. This is always the case on events as well. When finishing missions, they give you a random prize, choose a card among 3, and while it is random. it is annoying that you are hunting for an item, go through a race you already completed, and then you have to go through this ridiculous thing. LET ME CHOOSE! but not at random, oh I forgot, it is a PAY TO WIN game so now makes sense. I worked for EA Tiburon, in Maitland FL some years back, and this is a disgrace to not only the NFS franchise but also the company itself. What a way to destroy the gaming experience in the name of making money, you are ridiculous and deserve not to be the nu ber one publisher any more. Long are gone the days you pay for a good game and if you wanted anything else, well, sure pay if you want but NOT to progress. I would have gladly pid $30 for an IOS game, but definitely not the way you want to sucker steal money from ppl by doing what you are doing. Fix your issues with the difficulty system, stop expecting ppl to spen vast amounts of money to progress. In youe own words: Do you have what it takes to rule the streets (real money), prove it! AND SPEND ALL YOU CAN TO DO SO, (sucker)
Great game, but has its flaws
UndrawnSword789 on 2020-09-21
This game has driving mechanics that makes you feel like you are actually doing something. This game is fun and I recommend everybody that comes across it to try it out. There aren’t any pop-up ads that you are forced to watch unless you want a boost. However, this game is major pay to win. To unlock better cars you have to get a certain number of blueprints for that car. The only way to get blueprints is from crates that you earn overtime (or you can just buy them in bulk), winning races (fuel is required to race and is earned over a long time or you can buy more), and just buying the car outright. You can only get high-tier cars from the crates when you are a high level (which makes sense) but the fuel mentioned earlier only allows you to race 5-10 times every 30 minutes, which restricts your ability to level up. You also have to get parts to upgrade your car (which you can win from races or buy for in-game and real-life money) but are way too expensive with in-game money (or at least the part I’m at. It is very frustrating to people that want to play this game a lot, but it is a lot of fun. I ask you to try the game out for yourself to see if you agree with me, and if I put a bad taste in your mouth from where I talked about the flaws, I encourage you to download this game and play it for 10 minutes and see if you think it is worth keeping.
Come to reality
Meme beez on 2020-09-21
Now that I look at this game I’ve been playing for 2 years I’ve come to the realization that honestly it’s not a decent game for anybody to play and just hear me out. A LOT of the decent cars in the game you probably won’t ever get unless you pay for them. Everyone’s talking about the mechanics of the game and how smooth the “unrealistic” drifting is but not about the actual aspect of the game which is the cars themselves. I’ve been playing this for 2 years haven’t, haven’t put a DIME in and I still only have 1 hyper car, two supers and 2 sports which is honestly just proof to everyone that there’s no way you’re getting an actual decent car that can beam through races with ease. I’ve literally only gotten the Koenigsegg from the campaign and that’s about the only GOOD car that I can use for races. Everything below that is campaign blueprints only and the chances of getting those are 1-3 with the odds powerfully against you. There’s a lot of other racing games out there that I encourage you to find even without a console but guys and girls... this isn’t the game you’re looking for trust me. One more thing by the way. I FINALLY finished a Proving Grounds event, got the Aston Martin and it’s only a 4star and there’s NO other source for the blueprints. Just think about that for a while.
very cool
hiccupra1080 on 2020-09-21
something 1.when takedown a police in slowmotion window,the time pass normaly that should be slow too 2.levels are toooooooo short every race take 30second this means we have to wait 100min to race 5min (each race cost=2 fuel /feul charge time 10 min) 3.i want to ride longer please add unlimited driving mode for example in a highway or rainy city like a free roam without any reward its okay we just like ride and hear engine sound please think on this 4.cusomization system are greatbut in real racing was perfect because i can set what i want please add Fast and furios 2 skyline R34 warp on nissan R34 i relly like that me and many others at the end thank you for good graphic cool BMW M3GTR from MW 2005 fire monkey is on the right way I dont have problem with pay to win but if you fix this,make me happy and others thanks
Almost an amazing game
J.T( TRIPPYZEUS) on 2020-09-21
This game and I have had a very long on and off relationship but after awhile it’s kinda annoying having to wait for gas it’d be a lot better if there was a free roam mode like on hot pursuit to be able to drive around the map it would also be very interesting to have random cop chases for violating the laws if a cop sees you it would bring the game more alive and much more people would play especially if there was a multiplayer mode in free roam you can race your friends anytime anywhere on the map from line racing to drifting together to city rolls while in free mode it doesn’t use gas but speeds up the time to wait for gas it would also be amazing to have a throttle if needed like swipe up to lock throttle an swipe down to unlock it but all in all very great game an hope to see this as a update
Another kick to the teeth from ELECTRONIC ARTS
putazit0 on 2020-09-21
Do you like to stare at cars you’ll never get to race in unless you spend real money ? This game is very very appealing on face value, yet falls very short and face first. You can’t even get past the basic campaign mode without feeling like you’re wasting your time unless you spend cold hard cash. Blueprints ? Oh yeah good luck with those, you need 15 at least to even own the car and by the way you will get one or two at a time.... IF you’re lucky. I’ve played for hours and can’t even get past the second stage of the campaign because of ingame mechanics, if you show me be bluprint as a prize it should be 2 to 1 ratio not 3 to 1. EA have done it again, way to ruin a perfectly good game
Free game but not really
jonathangill0811 on 2020-09-21
I’ve been playing the game for a week and I’ve spent about 150 bucks on blueprints and upgrades anyways. I’m about level 50 and pretty much when you get stuck which happens about every 10 races you have to find a way to get your car upgraded and it’s like the only way is to spend money and no matter what you spend you will get stuck regardless and have to spend more to upgrade a different car cause you’ve raced all you could with the previous car you just spent 30 bucks upgrading. The games cool and all but I see the trend here and the game isn’t worth a blank check so for that reason I’m out
Pay to win
Kaneala78 on 2020-09-21
I love playing this game, however trying to win the event cars are near impossible to do without having to invest real money. I mean y’all are making money from the ads that people watch to either gain race fuel, gold or to bringing down the wait time for races. Having to go up in PR in those challenges are really disheartening. When installing 6 plus parts plus rebuilding those parts only brings your PR up by 1 point. Having to go and use up your chances to gain those parts from earlier races, when those chances build up 1 per hour. It’s just plain ridiculous!
NFS is on mobile
nfs is lit on 2020-09-21
I can’t believe that they put it on mobile my brother lets me play on his ps4 i play need for speed on there until I found it on mobile so now I play it all day then my mom tells me to get off but when I got my Subaru BRZ I been winning a lot of races it was my first car in the game it is so fast but only one problem with the game it’s that u have to earn a car blueprint I have a lot of money but I want them to have a update wear u can buy cars and not win races and earn a blueprint
Nice game, somethings bother me though
Russell Genson on 2020-09-21
The game is great, fun to play! Although, the fact that WiFi connection is required to play is annoying. It’s also annoying that Fuel is required to play the single player races, it’d make sense if Fuel was required for Multiplayer, but single player is just demanding you pay gold, the premium currency. Also, it has to many updates, to the point it’s annoying. It’s mandatory that you update the game, or else you can’t play. It’s a great game, IF you have Internet connection.

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