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Alt 13.11.2010, 09:30   #10
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Performance Customization is coming to Need for Speed World and it's coming soon! On November 16th we're releasing a huge new update to the game; something we're calling Version 5. As part of this update we're unveiling an all new tuning system. This new system is going to change the way you customize your rides and how you play your game we thought we should spend a lot of time explaining the changes and what it means to your game.

The new system allows you to tune any of your owned cars to reach greater levels of performance. World started the tuning process with a very simple three-stage performance bundle but in the new system gamers can add individual performance parts to one of six different categories:

- Engine
- Forced Induction
- Transmission
- Suspension
- Brakes
- Tires

Adding performance parts will affect your car by increasing or decreasing Top Speed, Acceleration and Handling. Generally top speed and acceleration will be affected by parts in the engine, forced induction and transmission categories. Handling will be affected by parts in the suspension, brakes and tires categories.

Unless you're in a race or a pursuit you can tune your cars any time. To access performance customization:

- Go to the "Safehouse'
- Choose "Customization'
- Enter the "Performance Shop"

The Performance Shop has a few sections:

Parts Panel
- The parts panel on the left shows what parts are currently installed on the car.

Preview Bar
- The preview bar on the bottom shows the changes in performance when parts are being installed or removed

- The Store usually sells basic performance parts which you can purchase and install onto your car to give a small boost to performance.
- Your Inventory holds all the parts you have received through Lucky Draw rewards or otherwise. This can be accessed by clicking on the button toggle next to the Store label.

On Monday, November 15th we'll go in detail about the Performance Parts so keep your eye on the Need for Speed World website.
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