While I was attending the Mercenaries 2: World In Flames event with Pandemic Studios, I had an “undercover” operative infiltrating EA Black Box in Vancouver, Canada to find out the latest on Need for Speed Undercover. I’ve been a fan of the series for a long time with the exception of ProStreet. I like to forget that ProStreet ever happened. Need for Speed Undercover races to stores on November 18.
Need for Speed Undercover is a rich, cinematic experience where players are an undercover cop taking jobs and competing in races to prove themselves as they infiltrate and takedown an international crime syndicate. There’s Hollywood talent on board (again), a Wheelman Arc and Hollywood style shooting and production techniques. Cop chases are back along with more of what made Need for Speed one of the best racing series in the business.
“I’ve always been a fan of racing games and working on Need for Speed Undercover was an amazing experience,” said Maggie Q. “I was so impressed by the scope and quality of the overall production that goes into a videogame these days. It was like any other day on a Hollywood set; I felt right at home. The Black Box team is doing tremendous work here and I can’t wait to see the final game.”
I love me some Maggie Q. Perhaps not more than Emmanuelle Vaugier but definitely more than Josie Moran so the casting of Maggie Q is aces with me. She is the hotness. Stay tuned for more on Undercover next week!
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