How to use?
- Open hack
- Log into game
- Press “hack buttons” in-game to activate features
Need For Speed World Review:
Need for Speed World is a realistic 3D racing MMO that is the first free to play game in the popular NFS series. Explore a large game world, race against other players, evade the police, and drive dozens of real life vehicles. Need for Speed World has great visuals, and easy to learn gameplay.
Need for Speed World is the first massively multiplayer Need For Speed game. Developed by EAâ€™s Black Box and Singapore studios, NFSW has a huge persistent game world to explore. Despite being free to play, the game has the same high production value players have come to expect of the franchise. Itâ€™s an easy game to pick up and play, and offers the most licensed cars, parts, and game modes than any previous Need for Speed game. Race against the AI or with up the eight players in Need for Speed World!
Gameplay in Need for Speed World is broken down into four parts â€“ at least according to the power-up menu. The first is exploration, where you can drive around the game’s city andâ€¦well, that’s it. Exploration is really just how you get from place to place, although even that can be circumvented by simply using the game’s map to teleport to a race location or join from a distance, leaving the mode almost entirely without purpose.
Races are all instanced and isolated from the city proper by magic arrow-covered glowing walls that prevent you from taking alternate routes to the finish line. They’re all pretty linear, with a couple shortcuts that, if you want to win, you have to take. The courses are well designed and frequently have interesting turns and scenery. That said, they also don’t at all resemble anything that would exist in a real city.