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"Need for Speed" Will Require An Active Connection With Internet

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The developed American company of the popular series of the game racing "Need for Speed" "Electronic Arts" (IS) said that the next part of this anticipated game will require from players to be in an active connection with Internet in order to play.

The company released this information in a tweet on her account on Twitter in response to a question from a fan on the subject, but the company stressed that the benefits of playing on the Internet (online) would be "nice" for these new restrictions.

Tweet says that "NFS will require an online connection, but the benefits are nice. More variety and a more rewarding experience with friends."

 In a later tweet, the company said that the compulsory  connection with Internet will reinforce "the experience of the game narrative".

And the company should disclosure of a lot of details about the next part of this collection, but an electronic shop for games platform "Xbox" has swarm that the game will be released on the third of next November .

The statement of the game said that a number of advantages that have not heard before, talks about five modes of play: speed, elegance, construction,the team, and the outlaw.

And  also  the game will include a story makes the player "shove his way through a series of overlapping stories, and gain a reputation in his journey to become the absolute symbol" for speed.

And it's expected that the company will reveal more details of this game in "E3" exhibition, which will be launched this month, and also will introduce an exciting video of the game in the next 15 th of June .
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