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With all the excitement over Forza Motorsport 5 and Gran Turismo 6, it's easy to forget that there's another racing game from an even older franchise coming out. The latest Need For Speed installment, Rivals, is set to hit stores November 15 (this Friday) for the Playstation 4, November 19 for PS3 and XBox 360, and November 22 for the XBox One. As part of the run up to the launch, we have a great look at all the new Ferrari content for the new title, which marks
The last time we saw a prancing horse in Need For Speed was 2009's Shift, when Xbox 360 users got ten models as part of a paid, downloadable pack. The last time we saw Ferrari integrated into the action at launch, was in 2002's Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit 2. In anticipation of Ferrari's return to the series, we've got a gallery of images of some of the featured models, like the F12 Berlinetta (which we've shown you before), the FF, the Enzo, the 599 GTO and both the 458 Italia and Spider. All of which are bound to make for phenomenal tools for escaping the virtual cops.
We'll have a more extensive look at Need For Speed: Rivals in the near future, but until then, have a look at the game's Ferrari content up top.
UPDATE: As many of you point out, the appearance of Ferrari in Need For Speed: Rivals is far from just the second appearance of the Italian marque in the franchise. We were slightly mislead on this point in notes given us by the NFS staff, who meant to point out that this is the first appearance of Ferrari in the game, across all platforms, since 2002. Thanks to all of you that caught the slip up.
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