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Thursday, 20 February 2014 08:29

NFS Rivals to get more DLC

Written by David Stellmack

Ferrari & Jaguar are just the start

Electronic Arts wants Need for Speed Rivals fans to know that the just released Ferrari and Jaguar DLC Car Packs are just the beginning of a stream of DLC coming for Rivals.

While the publisher would not talk specifics in their Twitter and Facebook postings, they just indicated that more content was coming in the weeks ahead. It is interesting that they used the word “content” as many believe that it will be more than just car packs and new DLC will open up new areas of Review County to explore.

The bigger problem might be with the price that EA is charging for this new content. Much of the feedback that we have heard so far has been to complain about the high price EA is charging for the Ferrari and Jaguar car packs. In addition many of you have complained that the don’t have one pack that gives you it all for a lower price. As one of our readers pointed out to us, the $5 DLC pack for you can get all of the pre-order goodies bundled together is a much better deal than the new car packs.

 

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