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Need for Speed: Most Wanted pre-order bonuses detailed

Most wanted?

EA has announced the Need for Speed: Most Wanted Limited Edition, which offers two early unlocked multiplayer cars for those who pre-order.

Included are the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale and Porsche 911 Carrera S.

You'll also get double Speed Points during your first four hours of online multiplayer.

Pre-orders are open until 1st November in the UK and 30th October in the US.

Additionally, as-yet unknown retailers will be offering one of three special edition extra packs for Most Wanted on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360: the Speed Pack, Strike Pack and Power Pack.

Speed Pack: "The Caterham Superlight R500 in the exclusive Satin Black livery, featuring the Track Tyres Modification for improved road handling, and the Lightweight Chassis Modification allowing players to reach mesmerizing speeds."

Strike Pack: "The Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series in the exclusive Satin Black livery, featuring the Power Pack Powertrain Modification for an engine tuned for torque, acceleration and the ability to reach breakneck speeds, and the Re-inflating Tyres Modification making it easier to survive and counter rivals' attempts to slow players down."

Power Pack: "The Ford F-150 SVT Raptor in the exclusive Satin Black livery, featuring the Reinforced Chassis Modification for taking increased damage, and the powerful and violent Nitrous Dump Modification for making tight jumps and powered up takedowns."

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