Need For Speed: No Limits Is Not Without Limits; EA Charges For Virtual Fuel
Need For Speed: No Limits Cars Need Fuel From Your Real Money

Need for Speed has its own fan following be it on mobile or gaming consoles. The developers of Real Racing 3, Firemonkeys Studios, are working on the latest installment of Need for Speed for Android and iOS. While Real Racing 3 is a popular choice among free car racing games on mobile (Asphalt 8 is also top notch), Need for Speed reserves a high spot in the paid category.

Electronics Art announced that the Need for Speed: No Limits will go live in the Google Play Store in early 2015. The game, according to EA, is built from the ground up with several new cool cars to choose from. But the changes will not drift its fans away from the standard customization options as seen in the previous NFS games.

"The team at Firemonkeys has also been bringing Need for Speed to mobile gamers for years, and it's an honor and a privilege to once again get behind the wheel of this incredible franchise and redefine street racing on mobile," Robert Huebner, Executive Producer, Firemonkeys, said. "We're constantly amazed by the power and performance we're able to get out of the latest phones and tablets and think you will be too."

In terms of new changes to the game, the latest iteration in the NFS series will feature better graphics. On your high-end smartphone with high-res displays, the upcoming game in the series is going to outdo expectations.

While the release date is not fixed, we can expect the game to hit the app stores sometime during the first quarter next year. If Firemonkeys' work with Real Racing 3 is any indication, NFS: No Limits is certainly going to be top-notch. If lucky, all Android and iOS users will be able to enjoy the game-play for free, like in Real Racing 3, with in-app purchases to unlock new features.

To keep the excitement alive, two new video were released last week featuring professional race driver Ken Block taking the streets by storm. Watch them below: