If you’ve been looking forward to Electronic Art’s mobile game Need For Speed: No Limits, you might want to think again. Contrary to the game’s title, there’s a very clear limit in how much gas you can use before you have to open up your wallet. Android Police reports that the publisher will in fact charge for the gas in your car, alongside the more ‘conventional’ pitfalls such as premium currencies. I suspect “no limits” refers to how much money you can invest into the game.

Source: Android Police

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