Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is a part of the racing video game series Need for Speed. Hot Pursuit was developed by Criterion Games, EA Digital Illusions CE, and Exient Entertainment. The game was published by Electronic Arts and was released in 2010 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is the sixteenth addition to this extensive series.
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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit gameplay returns to what was seen in previous Need for Speed games. There's an emphasis on the wild and exotic cars, and the intense police chases. In Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit players can either be the driver of the race cars or the cop cars. Both options feature an in depth career game mode.
The relationship between the cops and drivers in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is dynamic in the fact that they both have different advantages. The drivers have the advantage of being way faster in their exotic cars than the police in their simple cop cars. Then the police have more power and authority so if the player is caught they're probably going to be arrested. Police officers in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit can even issue several road blocks and radar jamming. The driver needs to be aware of these because they will inhibit them from speeding away.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is set up in a town inspired by all of California, Arizona, and Colorado. The fictional place is known as Seacrest County. The world of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is an open world consisting of more than 100 miles of in-game road. This makes the map of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit over four times the size of what's in Burnout Paradise, another racing game developed by this team.
One of the most significant features in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is the Autolog system. This system is available for both single player and multiplayer races. It will display any achievement or time achieved by the players friends. This brings a competitive edge to Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit because now player can attempt to beat each other's race times and high scores.
All of the cars in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit are vehicles that can be found in the real world. The way the game drives is described as neither strictly arcade or simulator style. It's almost somewhere in between the two.
Since the player can be a driver or a police officer most of the cars in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit are available as both street cars and cop cars. There are, however, a few that are only offered as one of the two types.
It's also apparent that Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit doesn't include a way of customizing the appearance of your vehicles. The only reason the game doesn't allow players to tune their cars is because Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit focuses more on the “hot pursuit” element of racing.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit
Game Name: Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit
Developer(s): Criterion Games, EA Digital Illusions CE, Exient Entertainment
Publisher(s): Electronic Arts
Platform(s): Microsoft Windows PC, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360, iOS, Android, webOS, Windows Phone, Java ME
Release date(s): un November 16th, 2010
PEGI Rating: 7+
Mode(s): Singleplayer, multiplayer