We have walked with you the whole mile; contacting EA Mobile, researching about Need for Speed: No Limits [Free], keeping it alive in our discussions, and constantly updating you about it. Ladies and Gentlemen, as unbelievable as this may sound, Need for Speed: No Limits is finally out on iOS & Android, worldwide! Before you head out to the store to download it, let us discuss a few things together.
This much awaited game will have you madly racing through the streets where you engage in racing events to compete against the best. It features body parts and kits from global brands such as 6666 Customs, RTR, and many others. With more than 10 game modes, 30 amazing licensed vehicles, 38 gorgeous racing courses, and 900 racing events; Need for Speed: No Limits shines the brightest in comparison to the previous mobile instalments of this franchise.
We initially discussed the soft launched version here, and discussed the previous Blackridge update here. You don’t have to read the full articles to be updated with what has happened, we will summarize everything that has happened since soft launch until now in this article. Let us first discuss the most recent Snoop Dogg update (1.0.44) in case you missed out on this one.
Recently, the game received Tournaments which allow you to race against other real players; in a competition for leaderboard ranks. This gives you a chance to win exclusive cars such as the Toyota Supra. Interestingly enough, they added a Snoop Dogg Limited Time Event which pits you against Snoop Dogg with the opportunity to win his body kit, livery, and a Ford Shelby GT. Additionally, with the new Part Upgrade Kits you can enjoy using Conversion Kits in Car Series races. Finally, with the Game Center Achievements, you can compete with friends in the art of building, racing, and drifting.
Finally, seeing Need for Speed: No Limits out is something joyful and many of our readers have been waiting for it with much anticipation. To put things into perspective, the developers have learned a lot about this racing title throughout the 9 months of soft launch. They fixed numerous bugs that were reported, updated it with a new map (Blackridge) back in August, introduced a new car series with over 800 new car-specific event, added new cars such as Pagani Huayra and Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, and revived awesome racing modes like Nitro Rush, Getaway, and Airborne.
In September, as we mentioned before, they added the Snoop Dogg update (1.0.44) consisting of new events, cars, kits, and achievements. So Need for Speed: No Limits has been literally in a process of development; improving each time to become the final product that is now available for all of us to grab!
For iOS users to play this game, you will need iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad and iPod touch. For Android users, you will need Android 4.0.3 and above. While the game is free, expect in-app purchases (some packages priced as much as $90). Now that you can finally play it, go enjoy it and we will keep you updated for further information regarding this game. You can watch the official trailer for this game below.