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Need for Speed Undercover downloadable content plans unveiled

Posted on Wednesday, February 11 2009 @ 04:31:42 CET by

EA unveiled more details about its DLC (downloadable content) plans for Need for Speed Undercover. You can check it out over here.
Lot of us missed traditional cars as Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX '99 or even Volkswagen Golf GTI which appeared in NFS underground and NFSU 2. Why have you guys decided to do not put these old versions of new models? I mean, you do put old and new versions of cars like Skyline or Camaro or Mustang... Are you going to include more cars in this patch like the last year in NFS Pro Street?

The car list each year is always one of the hottest topics of conversation both inside and outside the studio. We constantly strive to deliver a list of iconic cars that pleases the majority of our fans. Typically we try to have a good cross-section of cars from Europe, North America and Japan. There is so much passion around specific car manufacturers and models that it almost always makes for heated conversation on the forums and at also at our desks. Supporting NFS titles post-launch going forward allows us to interact with the community and determine what types of cars that people are missing in the shipped game. Hopefully we can have a more open dialogue with you guys going forward and try to deliver some of the cars that you’ve been missing from the latest titles.



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