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Need for Speed World, EA's free-to-play racing MMO, is celebrating two years of existence with a new car, double-XP week and the launch of the "free cam mode." The new car, a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, will be handed out to all players for free. It's like My Sweet Sixteen, but all the guests get fancy cars and the party is for a 2-year-old.

Running today through Friday, July 27, players will earn double XP in every racing event, Team Escape and cop pursuit. Free cam, also available today, allows racers to control the game camera to take photos of their sick rides in action.

Now get out there and raid! Or, race, we guess.

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Need for Speed™ World, the free-to-play, massively multiplayer online (MMO) racing game from Electronic Arts, turns two years old today and celebrates with a brand new reveal or free item giveaway each day this week until Friday, July 27. To kick things off, today's goodies include:

- The release of the all new 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, given to players for free
- The launch of Double XP Week. Between today and Friday, July 27 players will earn double XP in every adrenaline-fuelled race event, action packed Team Escape and white knuckled cop pursuit
- The long awaited release of the all new Free Cam feature, allowing players to take control of the game camera to snap shots of their customized ride in action

Throughout the week, fans will have a chance to log in and scoop up more free items including customized license plates, neons, vinyls and even Need for Speed World in-game currency, SpeedBoost.

Need for Speed World brings together best-in-class action racing with an unparalleled social experience on the PC. Players can enjoy over 120 stunning licensed cars, compete in over 80 events, race alongside their friends in Team Escape challenges, or simply cruise around Free Roam while hunting for Treasure Gems. Gamers race the way they want on over 100 miles of open road that combine fan-favorite locations from the original Need for Speed Most Wanted and Need for Speed Carbon. With a thriving community of over 16 million registered players and a constant stream of new content, cars, and features, Need for Speed World offers the definitive racing experience that is exciting and constantly evolving.

To learn more about Need for Speed World and to start playing the game for free, visit www.needforspeedworld.com.

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