Where is Need for Speed Most Wanted set 2012?

city Fairhaven
Need for Speed: Most Wanted is an open world racing game, set in the fictional city Fairhaven and in which the player races to become the Most Wanted on the Speed Wall.

How do you beat Ronnie in Need for speed Most Wanted?

You will have to win two Circuit races and a Sprint in order to defeat Ronnie. The races aren’t too hard, however you will have to spend a lot of time with them, mostly because of the long Circuit challenges.

What is the fastest car in Need for speed Most Wanted 2012?

Lamborghini Gallardo: 389 km/hr.

Why NFS Most Wanted 2012 is the best?

NFS MW 2012 is the advanced version without the customization option. It has made a remarkable improvement in terms of graphics and gameplay and also multiplayer. So it depends on what kind of NFS Player you are. Someone who loves customizing their cars extensively or someone who is a fan of adrenaline-pumping action.

What is the fastest car in NFS Most Wanted?

Ford GT: 393 km/hr. Porsche Carrera GT: 389 km/hr. Lamborghini Gallardo: 389 km/hr….What is the fastest car in NFS Most Wanted?

Cheat Code Effect
burgerking Unlocks the Burger King Challenge.

What is the Easter egg on Xbox One?

The Easter egg is similar to another one that exists on Microsoft’s original console, where naming a soundtrack rip “< >” will immediately play credits thanking the console’s development partners and players. Developers hiding their names in games and consoles is nothing new.

What is the Xbox Dashboard team Easter egg in GTA 5?

The Easter egg, which has apparently remained secret until now, can show you the Xbox Dashboard Team’s names after you follow a byzantine set of steps (as is par for the course when it comes to some video game secrets).

What was the first video game easter egg?

In fact, it’s widely believed that the first video game Easter egg was created by a developer trying to get their name into their game. As the story goes, developer Warren Robinett hid his name in the 1980 game Adventure after Atari refused to give him credit.