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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit races to retail November 16

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Criterion's Need for Speed has finally been revealed. EA's E3 keynote ripped off the cover on Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, a reboot of the long-running racing series due to launch on November 16.

The introductory trailer promises a full campaign mode for both racer and cop and reveals a new feature called Autolog. This will track how you play and will support leaderboards for bragging rights between friends. There are also in-game power-ups (a spike strip for the cops is detailed), which can be utilized through the d-pad.

Update: EA just sent a press release revealing a November 19 release for Europe, as well as a Wii port in development at Exient.

Gallery: Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (first screens) | 4 Photos



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