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  • Category: Games
  • Last Updated: 2021-07-26
  • New version: 5.4.1
  • File size: 2.54 GB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Need for Speed No Limits


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Need for Speed No Limits is an iPhone and Android Games App, made by Electronic Arts. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Electronic Arts, with the latest current version being 5.4.1 which was officially released on 2021-07-26. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 267174 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.8 out of a possible 5 stars.

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How does it Work?

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Claim the crown as king of the underground as you race for dominance in the first white-knuckle edition of Need for Speed made just for mobile – from the game developer that brought you Real Racing 3.

Build the ride that shows your style with an unbelievable range of cars and customizations. Launch yourself between chaos and control as you hit the pedal and roll into underground street racing. Takedown the competition, up your rep, then kick into more races, more customizations, and more cars. Make your choices and never look back.

This app offers in app purchases. You may disable in app purchases using your device settings.


Stock your garage with the real-world cars you’ve always wanted, from top manufacturers such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Pagani, Koenigsegg, Hennessey, and more. Then trick them out with the hottest customization system on mobile, from spots like the Mod Shop and the Black Market, giving you over 2.5 million custom combos to play with. Your rides are waiting – take them to the streets to go head-to-head with the competition and prove yourself.


Steer onto the streets of Blackridge, accelerate over jumps and around debris, into traffic, against walls, and through high-speed Nitro Zones. Flip on the nitrous and thrust yourself into another level of adrenaline-fueled driving and drifting. Around every corner is a fresh race as you clash with local crews and local cops. It’s a world full of wannabe drivers – can you stay in front and earn respect?


Never back down as you race anyone crazy enough to take you on, leave them gapped, and increase your rep. Dig, drift, drag, and roll your ride to the finish line while outrunning the police on your tail. Burn rubber in over 1,000 challenging races – and that’s just the starting line. Be notorious, own the streets, and score the world’s best cars. Because one ride is never enough!


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Top Reviews

  • By Jmon3y29$


    These events for cars are amazing its just the difficulty I've been playing this game for about a year now and the events get almost impossible to pass once you get to the 5th chapter you have to do 17 races which might not seem bad but is because you have to upgrade in the middle of race 8 instead of 9 and you only have 5 tickets which is harder because it take about an hour for 1 TICKET! So 5 hours for a full refill and 17 tickets and you have 24 hours left that is 17 hours and if you mess up then its almost a day i think you should cut the races a little more short and make the game playable for events because right now it takes a ridiculous amount of time to play and get the car without wasting money. You literally have to waste your actual cash on a game I understand that y’all got lives and you gotta get money but you still gotta worry about the game i also ask you to raise the gold amount for the in game purchases for gold because it is way to small $100 and you cant even buy a hyper car that is ridiculous i would be in the black market in the game and you cant even buy the cars with $100 besides that great game and please keep up the updates

  • By Tyler Bodzioney

    Honest Opinion

    So Need for Speed NL is an all around fantastic game. The only thing is, it needs just a little bit of rework that I can see being done in the future. The list of “irritating” issues I found are below. 1. When you have 3x mystery rewards from a race. It is 30 gold for the optional second flip. Then it is 90 gold for the optional 3rd flip. These prices are way too high for items that aren’t worth anything after you’ve played the game for a few hours. To put that into perspective it is 30 gold to fill up a gas tank PLUS 3 race skips. You can refill your tank 4 times and play for hours with as much gold it takes to get 3 items from 1 race. 2. There’s really no balancing system in multiplayer. You can go from racing someone and beating them by 7 seconds, to racing another person and you’ve lost all visual of their vehicle after the start of the race. 3.(Last) Not an issue but more of a recommendation if any devs see this. There are not enough challenges that reward gold in the game for your gold demand to be as high as it is. I’m usually rewarded with EXP or Cash and maybe some parts or blueprints here and there but rarely do I ever get more than 3 gold from a challenge.

  • By Bouncemaster(xbox)

    This Game is Amazing

    Ok first of all I never write reviews and this is one of those games that really blow my mind this game is at 4.8 stars that’s insane and it deserves them because this games is amazing refueling the gas is easy you could play campaign but if you have a few matches left and your not earning enough from campaign there is a mode called car series and it levels up your account insanely fast so play those to get your level up and buy boxes with the in game currency not real money to get car blueprints and car parts to make your car go faster also in car series you can get blueprints and car parts so I would really recommend playing that to get your car speed up overall the game is great it is addictive you just gotta know when to take that 2-3 hour break to go outside (stay 6 feet away from other people) or do something inside but definitely take a break if your playing for too long and there are no ad’s that’s basically it this game is definitely fun and can grab your attention and I hope everyone has a wonderful day wherever you are and stay safe thank you for listening

  • By Jdepp23

    Not getting gold for watching the ads

    Love the game in all honesty and up until today haven’t had a problem but I’ve watched two different free gold ads and I haven’t received the gold payment for watching g the ads and it has been almost 20 mins now usually every other time the gold is given to you right after the video ends I need 30 gold to get my fuel refilled I’m currently sitting at 29 and by watching the 2 free gold video ads I should have 31 and be able to replenish my fuel blips but nope haven’t gotten the gold pay me for the videos and I’ll fix the rating back to five stars cu I love the game other then this minor problem ok update to the problem still was not reimbursed the 2 gold for watching the videos but the next time I got back on the app I was able to watch videos for gold and cash and was getting the award so I changed the review back to 5 stars because atleast you guys fixed the immediate payment problem quickly even tho I didn’t get reimbursed as of yet and don’t plan on it but I love the game and thank you guys for atleast Fido g that bug so I figured the least I could do was fix my review

  • By UndrawnSword789

    Great game, but has its flaws

    This game has driving mechanics that makes you feel like you are actually doing something. This game is fun and I recommend everybody that comes across it to try it out. There aren’t any pop-up ads that you are forced to watch unless you want a boost. However, this game is major pay to win. To unlock better cars you have to get a certain number of blueprints for that car. The only way to get blueprints is from crates that you earn overtime (or you can just buy them in bulk), winning races (fuel is required to race and is earned over a long time or you can buy more), and just buying the car outright. You can only get high-tier cars from the crates when you are a high level (which makes sense) but the fuel mentioned earlier only allows you to race 5-10 times every 30 minutes, which restricts your ability to level up. You also have to get parts to upgrade your car (which you can win from races or buy for in-game and real-life money) but are way too expensive with in-game money (or at least the part I’m at. It is very frustrating to people that want to play this game a lot, but it is a lot of fun. I ask you to try the game out for yourself to see if you agree with me, and if I put a bad taste in your mouth from where I talked about the flaws, I encourage you to download this game and play it for 10 minutes and see if you think it is worth keeping.

  • By Bavly_7

    Great game, would love to see improvements

    I've been playing this game for a good year, and I'm glad to say that it's one of the best racing games on the App Store, however it would be better if; the car sounds had a larger variety and sound more realistic, if the game made it more fair for players to win series, and this previous update may have gotten my data lost! First of the vehicle sounds. The sounds of all the vehicles should be re-done to match the specific model and make of car in real life, to make the game more realistic. It has been done in the newer Need for Speed games and would be a great addition to this version. Second the pay to win concept that is low key implemented into car series; the tournaments that are implemented into the game to allow people to win cars gets really complex near the final stages, and seems impossible to win the loaned vehicles unless real cash is spent on gold to use in game to win. Third; with this new update, which I am extremely excited to participate in, every time I try to log-in it says to check internet connection when my wi-fi is active and strong, and also says it is having trouble retrieving my data! This game is so fun and I am always delighted to play and hope that these complaints are taken into consideration by the people of EA to optimize not only my game play, but the game play of all who play Need for Speed! Thank you!

  • By Bob237293728

    Great game, could be better.

    I’ve been playing for almost a year now and have loved the game, would give 5 stars but 2 things interrupt. One would be the removal of visual points, it was awesome back before when you would get visual points from the tuner trial races, it was simple way of modding a car the way you want it to look, especially after getting a new car and seeing all the mods you can have for it and customize it to your liking. After the removal, getting a new car is not as exciting as it used to because in order to get new mods you have to upgrade a car via blueprint completion, which takes a long time from crates or the black market, not to mention special cars, such as the JDM cars, that their blueprints don’t occur often in the black market, and rarely in a crate. Bringing back visual points would make the game more engaging I feel instead of waiting to level up your car just to unlock mods. Number two would be the Fast Lane vehicle challenges. The first couple days aren’t too bad and are doable, but as soon as you reach the last couple days there is no way of completing the races without spending hard earned gold, and most likely real money, in the amount of time that’s available for the challenges. Other than these two things, this is my favorite mobile racing game and hopefully in the future these things can be improved on.

  • By CooperMSS

    The quality is there but it’s also an EA game...

    I’ve been playing this game for a while now and have some time invested. When first starting off many things seem awesome like winning crates and whatnot. However after a week of playing I was stuck and it was nearly impossible to continue without paying for it. The game itself has so much potential from the long list of cars to the cool customization options (sports cars and below). I feel like there should be more to this game it feels like an open world aspect could be possible as many of the tracks overlap which might mean they already have a city rendered and I really wouldn’t mind paying to play for an open world racing game considering there’s not another one on the market. I do appreciate the work that went into developing this game but it feels like EA is holding the potential of this game back. I’ve spent nearly $80 into this game and you wouldn’t be able to notice based off my cars. I’ve noticed “crate boxes” in this game resemble the other boxes in games like battlefront 2. Hopefully some sort of big update will be coming but I’m not really expecting it. Would I tell someone about this game? Yes, but be aware of pay to play and if you’ve had any history with EA games you pretty much know what to expect. 5 stars for game and graphics 3 stars for the crates and limited driving experience.

  • By Winz4us


    I give this game a four star rating because while I agree with the first comment I saw about the game being really fun to play, it has also become really hard to play. Need for speed no limits becomes glitchy and freezes while I’ve tried to customize my vehicle or when I’ve tried to race with the Renault loan car; which I’ve tried to win. I’ve lost tickets to races because the game will freeze in the middle of a race and I’ll exit out of the game and gone back in and it still does the same thing. The last couple of days it’s turned my phone off automatically, without me turning my phone off myself. I had no control over it. It would be cool if EA could fix this because I also have one of the newest iPhones so I don’t think I should be having these problems and I have been a need for speed fan for years. Favorite one is the original Most Wanted. And while I’m here if EA reads this, you guys should put the original Most Wanted on the Xbox one, or remaster it. I like it A LOT better than the new Most Wanted. I wasn’t really feeling it. And another game that would be awesome to continue playing would be dead space; that game is one of the best I’ve played. One of the only games that has made me jump; and I’m hard to scare. A Dead Space 4 would be awesome and greatly appreciated. Something way scarier than the first three. Thank you.

  • By Caige Keller

    Ok..had to give those 4 stars

    Honestly, let me just say this, for a FREE racing game it’s amazing. I’m gonna start out with good comments first, so first off I love how the accelerate is always going. You don’t have to hold another button down and tbh that’s how all racing games should be on any phone. Ever. Second it’s drifting is super easy and comfortable. Third I find it entertaining. But well here we go. Bad comments. The good the bad and the awful. Let’s start with what everyone hates. Micro-transactions. We all hate it. But at least you didn’t ruin the game by adding renewable “energy”. Also if we have a need for speed game such as Need For Speed on the PS4 which I do and I love itttt it’s amazing btw but I’m js we are buying YOUR products. We should be rewarded for that. Second why is there no multiplayer? That’s EXACTLY what I expected from this. Was gonna have my friend get it too but now there’s no point. I mean I’m keeping the game till I get bored of it (which I will. Come on it’s a racing game on the iPhone) I basically hate racing games. On god I do. But need for speed has just stuck with me. NOT ALL OF THEM mainly underground and that “Need For Speed” on PS4 it’s amazing and cheap and it has multiplayer but yeah that’s on a CONSOLE lol so look I just want multiplayer. Then I’ll give up that last star. Hope you comment back to me thanks!

  • By JustUnspeakable

    Great game, needs a couple improvements

    I’ve been playing this game for a good almost 2 years and it has been wonderful, i love the game. Improvements wise, first, the Fastlane and all of the other challenges are easy enough in the first couple days, they get nearly impossible for the last two days without spending lots of gold or real money. And then comes the fact that the special cars, like JDM cars, are nearly impossible to get in crates and then if they are available in the Black market, you have to buy the entire set, and that requires a lot of gold, it would make it a little easier if you could buy one blueprint at a time. Also, the system with Blackridge Rivals is really making me upset, it puts you against bots that have way better cars than you do and then you lose a ton on of SP. I can name all of the complete crap races I’ve had. To name a few, today, I’ve had to race against 7 Koenigsegg One:1 and CCX in my MUSTANG. It’s annoying, I am at way lower PR level than both of those cars, they start at over 800 PR I’m at 684 with my mustang stage 4. It’s almost maxed for stage 4 and I almost never get blueprints for it, I need 11 more blueprints. All in all, I love this game and would like to see improvements. And, I’ll gladly still play, just please make these improvements happen EA.

  • By Relikin01

    Good game but..... Not Worth it!!!

    Some issues as to the limit of gas, never changes unless you buy into the game and it’s not much gas at all when you become VIP. Technically you will spend more on this game then just straight buying a console game. Not worth it!!! Major improvements will need to change. Impossible to beat any events without spending a lot of money. Game really starts to lack the higher you go. N really wish I could just drop gold on one specific car and not just buying it random hoping I’ll get that R34 just straight feels like you F-n with me at that point. Love need for speed, been playing since it all started and please make an option to take off position markers, it’s hard to see past car ahead to see oncoming cars or road blocks. So straight up More gas, more options to buy cars and affordability. Biggest problem with games is cost and commercials. The more cost and commercials, the bigger fall out you will have with players as to why I’m writing this. I’m glad you don’t do automatic commercials but the lack of gas and the amount things cost drives people to watch commercials and then there is a limit to them hahahaha. Kind of Ironic to the game title if you ask me No Limits!! More like Yes Plenty Limits!!! Rethink & Reconfigure!!!

  • By EazBankz

    Honest opinion.

    This by far is a great racing / drifting game their is but with the good also comes the bad so let me start with the bad. 1. We complete achievements and get 1 gold bar knowing if you use gold you going to be looking at 5bars of gold and up , I believe we deserve way more then 1 gold bar for achievements at least be far. 2. As you play this game your car is going to need to be upgraded as you raise through the levels but here’s the downer to that. The starting price of a part is 4,500$ this is a game no real life. Why would you price parts for 4.500$ knowing you don’t make much back with races some you do and some you don’t. It’s like as soon as you save up some money a upgrade is needed for a car and you dead broke again and after one race another upgrade is needed. This is basically a scam to force us to Pay Real Life Money to complete a Mobile game it’s not a full game like on console it’s not worth Paying Real Life Money for honestly. It’s a game leave it as a mobile game. Do not disgrace the Name Of “Need For Speed “ by forcing players to pay for what we need to move forward. Instead make the game available to beat without having to pay anything and create a special mode for after you beat the game that you would then need to pay for. But how it is now is how players get mad click delete and lowers you count what’s more worth it.

  • By mrjibbie

    Wait what???

    What ever happened to the good old days when you saved up your money on a game and then bought a car, didnt have some stupid game limiter like “gas” or “tickets” and could play it all day and finally get one of the good cars. I love chevrolet but you have to spend real cash or 2 weeks on the game to get one of the good cars. Even just to collect the “blueprints” you have to hope you strike lucky at the end of boss races and get the right card. The black market is way over rated. I have a bmw, brz and a focus after a year of working off and on and their not even maxed on performance because you need those darned blueprints to upgrade the car. Then they claim to have a showroom but you cant buy the cars with earned money. Here’s the final dilemma you have to decide to waste your gas upgrading what you got or deciding if you want to try and go after what you really want whether its a hypercar or corvette or viper or something. I find it infuriating when a game claims you dont need real money to win then you find out differently. I love the game and most of NFS titles but this has strayed extremely far from the way it used to be on ps2 or other systems where you could play all day long and never one time have to struggle to get the right car for the job might have to work at it but 9/10 x you got what you aimed for.

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