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Need for Speed: Shift developer Slightly angry Studios today announced realm of Speed, an innovative new massively multiplayer online rushing name visiting PC in 2010 as a free-to-play online game.
Realm of Speed, to not ever be confused with Slightly Mad's other rushing online game Project CARS, features an "endless" storage of vehicles and true-to-life tracks from classes around the world. People can also be involved in team-based game settings along with various real time events.
Creative director Andy Tudor told GameSpot included in our recently posted preview that World of Speed cannot put any content behind a paywall "because which is completely obvious." Besides, Tudor stated it is necessary that players just who elect to perhaps not pay usually do not feel they are at a disadvantage versus somebody who has.
"get it done reasonable and do not ever let the player feel they're being cheated because some body has actually compensated, " Tudor said about realm of Speed's business design. "it is not rocket science. You can get throughout the whole online game into highest degree without spending a penny at all."
Following formal launch of World of Speed this autumn, people can get a "constant" supply brand new content like vehicles, paths, online game types, and functions. It really is all element of Slightly Mad's eyesight for the project is more of a platform than one game.