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Thursday, 17 February 2011 09:46

NFS: Hot Pursuit to get DLC packs

Written by David Stellmack
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Only for 360 and PS3, not for PC players
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit players on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 will be able to buy some new downloadable car packs to add to their cars in the months ahead. Both a Lamborghini and Porsche DLC packs are in the works, but neither the developer nor publisher would confirm that this is the case.

According to our sources, the packs will likely be sold for $10 or 800 Microsoft points when they are released, but our sources tell us that the pricing is still in flux and could go up or down, depending on a lot of factors.

Speaking of when they are released, PC players will likely not be able to get their hands on the DLC car packs, as the developer and publisher previously announced that they would not be offering additional DLC content for the PC version of the game. While some PC players are holding out the slim hope that they might see some additional cars in the next patch for the PC version of the game, our sources tell us not to count on it.

Expect news to break in the next few days on the plays for both the Lamborghini and Porsche DLC packs and when they will arrive for sale.


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+3 #1 Sethroque 2011-02-17 12:03
:-x
EA Games lost my respect a time ago, they just don't care for PC gamers that buy they own products...Sad times for a PC owner who happens to love Need For Speed.
 
 
+6 #2 Zone 2011-02-17 13:09
Quoting Sethroque:
:-x
EA Games lost my respect a time ago, they just don't care for PC gamers that buy they own products...Sad times for a PC owner who happens to love Need For Speed.


Its not really that, they probably found out that PC gamers are not stupid enough to pay 10 dollars for 3 new cars taking in account that the full game cost 60.
But dont worry, I would not be surprised if in a few months the PC just gets it for free or all DLC in one big ass pack for a reasonable price.
 
 
+1 #3 Sethroque 2011-02-17 16:47
Quoting Zone:
Its not really that, they probably found out that PC gamers are not stupid enough to pay 10 dollars for 3 new cars taking in account that the full game cost 60.
But dont worry, I would not be surprised if in a few months the PC just gets it for free or all DLC in one big ass pack for a reasonable price.


Yeah, it's way easier to buy the DLC on consoles, yet the text says they won't release a DLC for PC gamers or through patches. So we shouldn't hope for a patch or a "big ass DLC"...Sadly.
Anyways, it's fud...
 
 
+1 #4 Tasty Taste 2011-02-17 17:48
Quoting Sethroque:
:-x
EA Games lost my respect a time ago, they just don't care for PC gamers that buy they own products...Sad times for a PC owner who happens to love Need For Speed.


ever heard of a game called Battlefield? they made a new one the other day called Bad Company 2 i think it was...
 

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