EA has announced
that Need For Speed World
, its MMO racer, has surpassed one million registered players since going live on July 27. With this milestone comes word that the game will soon be adding a co-op pursuit mode and expanded customization options (in addition to the already-promised new gameworld areas). Oh, and it's gone completely free-to-play.
Originally free only up to level 10 -- requiring a $20 investment for the "full" experience -- Need For Speed World
has removed its base cost, although the purchase of items, power-ups, car rentals and other premium content will remain an option under the F2P model.