Ever dreamed about driving the impressive Lamborghini Reventòn yourself, but the 1 million Euro admission fee kept you from following it up ? Fear not, your dream is about to come true ...
EA (Electronic Arts) has been creating the Need for Speed series for many years now, and countless people have been playing these very addictive games (me included to be honest) and as Lamborghini fans I'm sure that you've selected the Murciélago and Gallardo models from the available cars in the garage, however with the next title called SHIFT we will finally be able to drive the Reventòn.
That's right, EA has managed to get the rights to add the Murciélago LP640, the Gallardo LP560-4 and the limited edition Reventòn to the line up of Raging Bulls available to the adepts of this game, I for one will be standing in line to get a hold of this new title when it is released mid-September this year.
In this latest episode you will be able to get behind the wheel of over 65 cars dating as far back as 35 years, so I'm sure there are several very interesting automobiles for you to try out on the 18 tracks included in SHIFT, among them the famous Nordschliefe and Spa Francorchamps, so enough room for practice.
NFS SHIFT will feature a true driving experience as you take the wheel of a race car and go head to head with other racers on the track, giving you first hand experience of what an actual race car driving is doing during a race in real life.
Perhaps not the same game play as the very popular Carbon or Underground versions of NFS, but I'm sure that the new SHIFT will surely draw some people to the game, especially us Raging Bull fans, I can't wait to take the wheel of a Reventòn at Spa for instance ...
More info on this game can be found on the official site at : Need for Speed, the screen capture on this page is © NFSUnLimited.net.
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