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Tuesday, 19 August 2008 12:07

Need for Speed Undercover announced

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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The police is back

 

Electronic Arts recently officially announced the new sequel to their Need for Speed series called Undercover.

This sequel will bring the game back to its roots when you were driving the newest and most luxurious cars and cops simply wouldn’t let go, trying to put you in the can because of your reckless driving.

The new sequel is set in a virtual location Tri-City Bay Area that includes three cities – Palm Harbor, Port Crescent and Sunset Hills.

The game is being developed for XboX 360, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Nintendo DS as well as some handsets. The game should hit the U.S. shelves on 18th of November, whereas Europeans will see it three days later.

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