Summary: Pros: -Game looks VERY gorgeous on the frostbite 3 engine. Detailed textures, crisp colours and fluid animations all make for a stunning treat for your eyes. -Gameplay is fun and runs pretty smooth solid 60 fps 95% of the time (more in the cons).
Summary: When I purchased this, I thought it was the actual Need for Speed Rivals game. I was tired at the time and not paying attention. I'm sure it works but I don't have Rivals yet so I can't comment on the impact of this expansion pack.
Summary: I have a pretty high end computer and whenever i try to run this game on max settings it keeps crashing. People keep telling me that it could be my GPU but im running a gtx geforce 780m on my asus g750
Summary: What a poor console port, jittery framerate on my high end PC even with the 60 fps "fix" which should never have had to have been done by end users. This is a really shameful piece of work, should have never been released imo. But hey, it is EA afterall.
Summary: I was really excited to get this game and well the excitment runs out pretty fast. The game is basically an online single player game. You can have 5 other racers or cops on the map, but there is pretty much no interaction.
Summary: The visuals are quite a regression from Need for Speed Most Wanted (NFS:MW). I was aware of the 30 frames-per-second limit before purchasing the game, but hoped this spec would be compensated by other graphical tricks. It is not. The movement feels choppy, and the textures look jagged and blocky.
Summary: This game should have been great, but it is not. The game has bugs such as randomly deciding your car should stop dead in it`s track and the game refuse to respond so you have to force close it.
Pros: next gen graphics and physics, online all the time where u have silly drivers who can ruin your races in single player