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Tuesday, 24 March 2009 13:35

Need for Speed SHIFT coming in September

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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17.09. in the EU, and on 22.09. in USA

 
Electronic Arts announced its latest installment in the Need for Speed franchise, dubbed “SHIFT”, and the company is set to launch this game in September.

Shift should hit Europe on 17th of September whereas North American market will have to wait a few days more, until the 22nd of September to be precise.

This sequel will introduce many high-performance vehicles such as Pagani Zonda F, Porsche 911 GT2 and Lotus Elise, and players will get a chance to drive these babies on some of the most popular tracks around the world, such as Brand’s Hatch in Great Britain.

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