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'Need for Speed: Most Wanted's Kinect support enables dynamic modding

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Need for Speed: Most Wanted's Kinect support has been detailed by Criterion.

Using Kinect, players have the ability to modify their cars while driving, instead of having to pull over.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted

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"Unfortunately, you're on the highway and just can't shake that Corvette cop car that's nibbling at your heels. There's no time to stop and switch cars, no time to find a cool-down area.

"Lucky for you, Most Wanted is Kinect enabled. BOOM!" reads a Criterion post.

"Need a boost of nitrous? Or maybe add some strength to your chassis? Just say it! Instead of going through the EasyDrive scrolling through endless menu to add mods, in Most Wanted you can just say what you want.

"For example, while you're in your SVT Raptor, you can say "Mods, Nitrous, Burn Nitrous" and your car will instantly be equipped with an extra boost that you need.

"Need some slicks for the asphalt? Easy: "Mods, Tires, Slicks" and off you go."

Kinect support was rumoured earlier this year following a leaked advert showing a 'Better with Kinect' cover.

Announced in June, Need for Speed: Most Wanted was demonstrated during EA's E3 press conference, along with the announcement of an October 30 release date.

The new Most Wanted will be developed by Criterion Games, who previously worked on Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit and the Burnout series.

It was recently revealed that a Need for Speed movie would be made by DreamWorks and be released in 2014.

Watch the multiplayer trailer for Need for Speed: Most Wanted below:

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