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Need for Speed World Celebrates 2 Years with Bonus XP and a New Car

Posted Tue, Jul 24, 2012 by Martuk

Free-to-play racing game Need for Speed World is celebrating its second year of reckless driving and racing mayhem this week. As part of the festivities, EA will be revealing free items to give away through Friday to players.

In addition, the new 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1has been added to the game and will be made available for free to players. If you were hoping for more you’re in luck. Need for Speed World will also be hosting a Double XP event from now through Friday, July 27th along with in-game racing events and the release of the new Free Cam feature.

Check out a few anniversary screenshots and the Infographic below for a few statistics from the game since the official launch. You can sign up to join in on the anniversary events and racing fun on the Need for Speed website.

Source: Need for Speed World Press Release


NFSW Infographic

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