Need for Speed Hot Pursuit 2010

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'''Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit''' is the upcoming 16th installment in the long-running [[Need for Speed]] series of racing games in development by Criterion Games (best known as the makers of the ''Burnout'' series) and published by Electronic Arts. Announced in early 2010, the installment is being described as a "revolutionary" addition to NFS and is supposed to capture the nostalgic style and feel of [[Need for Speed Hot Pursuit]] while containing more advanced gameplay and modern graphics.
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[[Image:Nfshp-2010-cover.jpg|thumb|Cover art]]'''Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit''' is the upcoming 16th installment in the long-running [[Need for Speed]] series of racing games in development by Criterion Games (best known as the makers of the ''Burnout'' series) and published by Electronic Arts. Announced in early 2010, the installment is being described as a "revolutionary" addition to NFS and is supposed to capture the nostalgic style and feel of [[Need for Speed Hot Pursuit]] while containing more advanced gameplay and modern graphics.
  
 
== Gameplay ==
 
== Gameplay ==

Revision as of 08:41, 27 June 2010

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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is the upcoming 16th installment in the long-running Need for Speed series of racing games in development by Criterion Games (best known as the makers of the Burnout series) and published by Electronic Arts. Announced in early 2010, the installment is being described as a "revolutionary" addition to NFS and is supposed to capture the nostalgic style and feel of Need for Speed Hot Pursuit while containing more advanced gameplay and modern graphics.

Gameplay

High-speed police chases and exotic cars, the defining elements of Hot Pursuit, will definitely be featured. Primarily inspired by the original Need for Speed on 3DO, it'll feature full career modes for both racer and cop, with both sides having their own power-ups such as calling for roadblocks and radar jamming. It'll also feature a social networking feature dubbed "Autolog". An experience system called "Bounty" has been confirmed, although this is unrelated to the bounty seen in Need for Speed Most Wanted. Criterion has described it as more realistic than Burnout Paradise, but less than a simulator, such as Need for Speed SHIFT.

Setting

NFS: Hot Pursuit is set in Seacrest County, an entirely open world city which is four times larger than Paradise City, seen in Burnout Paradise.

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