Need for Speed Undercover Review

Introduction: In my previous post I wrote about Shift 2 for PC.  But now I’m writing about Need for Speed Undercover Review which is an open world racing video game. This game is developed by Ghost Games and Criterion Games and it is the twentieth episode in the Need for Speed series. The game was released for Microsoft Windows on 19 November 2008. Need for Speed Undercover was met with a encouraging reception upon release and online systems.

Need for Speed Undercover Review

 

Need for Speed Undercover

 

Need for Speed Undercover Game Story:

Need for Speed Undercover features gameplay comparable to earlier need for Speed games, such as Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit. Rivals features eleven upgradeable implements. The game takes place in a fantastic location known as Redview County. The open world features a analogous set-up to Most Wanted, with several jumps, speed traps, and unlock able cars, as well as shortcuts that are not displayed on the map. Rivals feature a career development system for both Cop and Racer.

Development is made by means of Speed lists for Racer and Projects for Cop, which is sets of objects which involve dangerous driving, maneuvers, and race statuses. When the player finishes a set of objectives, the player levels up and exposes new content, and is unfilled with another set of objectives to choose from. The Auto log system, a competition-between-friends system, industrialized by Criterion for Hot Pursuit, lets an Assignment or Speed list to other players’ times and posts them to a Speed Wall for local and worldwide leaderboards.

Undercover features a new social system called the All Drive, which permits players to transition from playing alone, to playing with friends, described as “finishing the line between single player and multiplayer”. This permits players to involve in co-op gameplay as well as play against each other.

The game also features a lively weather system, which makes the world feel animated in a much bigger sense than any other Need for Speed game. Rivals also takes on some gameplay charms of earlier Underground  titles in the authorization with cues on artistic vehicle personalization,  such as splatter jobs, markers, rims and license plates and liveries can be improved, as well as vehicle presentation,  and various ‘Pursuit Tech’ gadgets.

With the exclusion for the Aston Martin Vanquish, all cars are only presented in either   racer or police variation. The player undertakes the role of Zephyr, a hardcore and skillfully skilled street racer. Well known for his publicity stunts, Zephyr frequently uploads street racing videos as his point of argument that his fellow racers in Red view County should also be free. Upon his posting of a video of his car outpacing cops, a number of other racers also activate to post their own videos of themselves outpacing police cars.

 

Need for Speed Undercover System Requirements for Installation 

CPU:  Quad Core CPU

RAM: 8 GB

Free Disk Space: 30 GB

OS: Windows 7/Windows 8

Video Card: AMD Radeon HD 7870 3 GB

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