Need for Speed goes undercover for its latest outing

EA sticks to the tried-and-true formula

After the admitted failure that was Need for Speed: ProStreet, Electronic Arts has returned to the streets for the latest iteration in the popular racing franchise. Based on the same gameplay style as Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Undercover lets players assume the role of an undercover cop attempting to infiltrate the crime syndicates in Tri-City. Undercover sees the return of familiar racing styles such as Sprint and Circuit, as well as new gameplay modes including Highway Battles, Cops and Robbers, and Heist. According to EA, police will be harder to evade than in previous games, and the game will be more mission-based. The game is headed to PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360 and PC in November.

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