When you get the controls down pat and you think you know what you're doing, the next thing you'll want to do is start to unlock more cars and tracks. While cars and tracks can be unlocked via \"NFS [Need For Speed] Points\" (see the final section of the \"BASICS\"), most cars and tracks need to be unlocked by winning races in the two primary modes the game has to offer - Hot Pursuit Ultimate Racer and World Racing Championship. The two are completely different, and offer different challenges along the way, but they are one in the same in that the idea in both is to place first in the various races to unlock all Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 has to offer.
There are 49 possible cars you can choose from in Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit 2. While only seven are initially available in the game, as you continue to play the various areas in the game, you'll find that more and more cars (and tracks) are unlocked for you to use. The various cars aren't only for show. EA Games has made each car identical to its real-life counterpart in many areas, including handling, speed, acceleration, braking, et cetera. It's up to you to find that \"happy medium\" that exists for each player of the game that can suit all of your needs in each category. It's different for everyone, and that's why a great selection of 49 cars is so great in this game. There's a car for everyone. And don't get too comfortable; try to challenge yourself by using cars that exploit your weakness (whether its poor handling or slow acceleration). Doing this expands the game's horizons, and gets more play out of it for your buck.
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