Need for Speed World More Free!

More than a million users have signed up to drive around in massively multiplayer online racer Need for Speed World, and EA shows its appreciation by removing level restrictions for non-paying customers, making all current and future content free-to-play.

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  1. WOO!

    THEIR PLAYER COUNT MUST HAVE BEEN DROPPING TO RESORT TO THIS. OR TOO FEW WERE BUYING. PERHAPS THEY JUST WANT TO BE MORE LIKE A FACEBOOK GAME.

    "YOU HAVE BEEN SENT A TIRE REQUEST--- -SEND- -IGNORE-"

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  2. Of course EA won't say why, but my guess would be that they make enough on the microtransactions for power ups. There has got to be a TON of people who will just walk @ lvl 10 rather than paying $20.

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  3. YEAH, THOSE MICRO-TRANSACTIONS ARE LIKE THE SUPERMARKET CHECK-OUT LINE. ALL IMPULSE ITEMS!

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