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EA and Dreamworks team up to create Need for Speed the Movie

EA and Dreamworks team up to create Need for Speed The Movie, debuts Need for Speed Rivals, a action packed highly advanced addition to the Need for Speed series

| Gaming News | Posted: Jun 10, 2013 11:45 pm

E3 2013 - During today's EA press conference actor Aaron Paul took the stage to announce a movie created around the popular Need for Speed gaming series. The movie is the brainchild of a partnership between Electronic Arts and DreamWorks Studios and has been dubbed Need for Speed the Movie which will hit theaters next spring.

 

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The movie unveil was part of a larger announcement in which EA showed off Need for Speed Rivals, a game which glorifies the heat of competition in the legendary rivalry of cops and racers. Gamers play as either a cop or racer, where each side of the law has its own set of high stakes challenges, rewards and consequences.

 

 

This time, the stakes are at their highest as racers put their Speed Points on the line and risk losing them all if busted. Developed on the advanced Frostbiteā„¢ 3 engine, Need for Speed Rivals also introduces the revolutionary All Drive system that erases the line between single player and multiplayer, automatically connecting gamers to their friend's racing world. Paths will cross on the open road, creating a world where no two moments will ever be the same.

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