EA’s Need For Speed World has apparently reached out to about 5 million players and why not? After all it’s free to play, so why should any gamer pass up on it, or at least give it a go, right? However the drawbacks to these “freemium” games is that if you’d like access to additional or advanced content, a fee is usually required, and EA’s latest premium car offering will set you back a cool $100.
The company today announced the availability of the Koenigsegg CCX “Elite” Edition, the first “premium elite” car to land on Need For Speed World. It is available via the in-game store for $100 but is currently on sale at $75 through December 21st, which we think is still pretty darn expensive as far as virtual purchases are concerned. However if you find that you have extra cash to splash, perhaps you could justify the $75 purchase as a Christmas present to yourself.
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