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Tuesday, 26 February 2013 09:05

More DLC coming for NFS: Most Wanted

Written by David Stellmack

Three packs of DLC in the pipeline right now

Developer Criterion and publisher EA have more downloadable content in the pipeline for Need for Speed: Most Wanted, according to information that comes via the leaked PS3 Trophies for the game. The three packs are likely to be titled Terminal Velocity Pack, Movie Legends Pack, and NFS Heroes Pack.

 

It is expected that the three packs will be released over the next couple of months for 800 Microsoft Points, or $10, for PlayStation 3 buyers. While the Terminal Velocity Pack is expected to include five new cars and the Movie Legends as the Heroes packs appear to include new races, we expect new cars, as well.

Look for the first official announcement of these DLC packs to come soon. We expect that it will be offered for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC for sure; but it is difficult to say if it will also make its way to the Wii U version at some point.

Get more info here.

 

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