EA Will Charge You Money For Petrol in Need for Speed: No Limits



/ 3 years ago

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As part of EA’s latest money-grab, the next Need for Speed mobile game is to feature in-app purchases (IAPs) for petrol. The ‘freemium’ game, called Need for Speed: No Limits, will offer players the opportunity to pay real money to fill up their tank in order to race.

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It’s not just petrol that you can spend your hard-earned cash on – the best cars in the game are only available in exchange for gold bars, and gold bars are only obtainable by paying for them, making for a wildly unbalanced game that can only be fully appreciated via regular cash transactions. Though, at least the petrol gauge fills up over time, if you can wait.

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Though not yet available for Android, the iOS version of the game has been released in a handful of countries, with complaints about the IAPs already surfacing; the Android version is due out this Spring.

Source: Hexus


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3 Responses to “EA Will Charge You Money For Petrol in Need for Speed: No Limits”
  1. Matthew Beckett says:

    No limits? Apparently not.

  2. Peter Griffin says:

    how stupied do they think we are i will simply use a trainer if there is not own available then i will just stop buying Ea games there are plenty of better games out there

  3. Chris says:

    Why are people freaking out on this? It is a mobile game, many many many mobile games use this kind of waiting system. Several of the most popular games do it too. You can play 5 times and then need to wait for x minutes to ‘refresh’ something or pay to refill instantly. Browser games do it all the time too. Sjees people, I know it’s EA and they do close to everything wrong, but the hype around this news is just too big.

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