Need For Speed Shift?
Does Need For Speed Shift have a free drive mode just like Need for Speed Undercover? Is it worth $49.99?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
"The game will also feature both fictitious tracks and real-life tracks such as Brands Hatch.
-------- Race types
Races types in Need For Speed: Shift range from traditional circuit races, Point-to point sprints & Time trials to specialized race events like Drifting events and Car battle modes.
Physics model of NFS: Shift is based on those of the “Ferrari Project”
Eero Piitulainen of Richard Burns Rally has developed a totally new tyre-physics model which is mainly responsible for the new physics
The difference between the 3 physics-models is in assist levels, while the lowest setting will provide around 10% of more tyre grip for beginners
Professional setting will require a wheel in order to successfully manage throttle/braking and steering inputs
Shift will feature different car classes - from normal cars like the Golf GTI up to racing cars like the Aston Martin DBR9
All cars can be upgraded and tuned from the inside-out
Most tracks are licensed European and American circuits with few fictional tracks
There will be few city-circuits
Head-physics is the key difference point to other titles
The career mode will span over a total of 125 events"Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Need_for_speed_shift http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Need_For_Speed_Underc...
- Anonymous1 decade ago
no free drive mode, its basically a recreation of nfs pro street, defo worth the money thoSource(s): i have this game