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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit DLC confirmed

Three packs in the works.

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit developer Criterion will launch three DLC packs for the blistering racer over the next month, it's announced.

Armed and Dangerous, due out 22nd February, introduces two new game modes. Most Wanted is an open world battle where cops try to bust a specific racer while the racers try to protect them. Arms Race is free-for-all racing. Three new achievements and trophies feature.

On 1st March Lamborghini Untamed will launch. It adds Cop and Racer versions of the legendary Lamborghini Diablo, Countach and Sesto Elemento. 10 new events and four new Achievements and Trophies are also included.

And finally, on 8th March, the Porsche Unleashed DLC launches. It features the classic '82 Porsche 911 Turbo, Porsche 959 and 911 Speedster. Again, 10 new events and four new Trophies and Achievements are included.

Each DLC pack will set you back $6.99 / €6.99 on PlayStation Network or 560 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live.

No mention of the PC is made – although this comes as no surprise. "While we are certainly committed to providing the best possible game experience and ongoing support for our PC community, (as you have already noted) we have a limited amount of resources that makes it so that we are unable to deliver new content to all platforms," Criterion said in December.

"We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience, but on the positive side we do have more updates and content on the way for PC players - look for news very soon."

Tom reviewed Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit in November, awarding it a stonking 9/10.

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