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Gamers can now get their hands on the wheel of Need for Speed No Limits

The Gaming giant, Electronic Arts has officially announced its new mobile game project named, Need for Speed No Limits. However, the company hasn’t unveiled the release date and the supported platforms for the upcoming mobile game but most probably the app will be available on both iOS and android.

The company has also launched a promo video and social pages on November 20. Fans can follow these official pages on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NFSNL and Twitter:https://twitter.com/nfsnl

“We’re proud and excited to be given the opportunity to partner with Ken Block on an upcoming mobile game project,” an EA spokesperson told about the project, “We’ve been anticipating seeing this car in action for Gymkhana 7 and sharing more. Details are coming soon.”

In addition to it, the game is being developed by Firemonkeys, a studio behind the designing of Real Racing 3 and other EA mobile projects. According to developers, the game lovers will get their hands on the wheels in second quarter of next year.

Robert Hueber, title’s Executer Producer said, “We’ve built No Limits from the ground up to deliver the insanely-fast driving and incredible graphics that fans have come to expect from Need for Speed – all in the palm of your hand. We’ll be back soon in the weeks and months ahead with more details about the cars, characters, customization, and more in Need for Speed No Limits.”

EA had registered 13 domains in 2010 and Need for Speed No Limits is one among the list.

Moreover the project was confirmed as, Rally driver Ken Block has posted few images on Facebook of his contemporary Hoonigan sponsored 1965, 845 horse power Gymkhana Seven Ford Mustang on November, 4. The green-black colored Mustang is labeled with a variety of promotional stickers and logos including one for “Need for Speed No Limits”.

Need For Speed No Limits Screen Shots

He also uploaded his drifting video on YouTube, which s presentational credits for Need for Speed No Limits. Also, Mustang used in this video totally resembles with the mobile game’s trailer video, featured by him.

“Due to the video release by Ken Block, the company was forced to disclose the mobile project officially. The company previously decided to disclose it after the completion of development”.

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