The Need For Speed: Most Wanted reboot announced by EA at E3 won’t be gracing just consoles and handhelds. EA have also announced that Need for Speed: Most Wanted will be launching on Android October 30th alongside all the other versions. Unfortunately we didn’t get a look at the game specifically for mobile devices so we’re not sure how it’ll look compared to the traditional console and handheld versions. We’ll be trying to get our hands on gameplay footage for that, but in the meantime just know that you’ll be able to get your open world, illegal street racing on the go even without a PS Vita come October 30th. While the trailer above likely won’t be indicative of the final product for mobile, grab a look anyway.
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