Need for Speed: The Run gets bigger and better

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Need for Speed: The Run is the latest racing game (18th game in the series to be exact) from developers EA Black Box, and will see players go underground into world of illicit, high stakes racing.

Besides the all new quick time events that allows players to exit their cars, run on foot and get involved in a few fist fights as they move towards New York City from San Francisco, the game also runs on DICE’s Frostbite 2.0 engine and after Battlefield 3, we all know what it can do.

Now, new information has been revealed by executive producer Jason DeLong on the scale of the game. No speed limits, no rules and no allies, hit the jump!

“We’ve got over 300km of race track in the game this year,” executive producer Jason DeLong revealed during a video interview with IGN. “We were able to, with Frostbite [2.0], create more than three times the track than has been in any previous Need for Speed.”

Make sure you check out the Need for Speed: The Run E3 2011 gameplay demo above, its awesome!

The game is set to launch for PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Wii and Nintendo 3DS on November 15 in North America and November 17 across Europe.

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Last Updated: June 30, 2011

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