2009 Nissan 370Z to Debut in NFS Undercover

2009 Nissan 370Z in NFS Undercover2009 Nissan 370Z in NFS Undercover2009 Nissan 370Z in NFS Undercover2009 Nissan 370Z in NFS Undercover
Need for Speed is one of the most popular game titles in history, with millions of copies sold all over the world for both PCs and game consoles. With a new title to arrive in November, parent company Electronic Arts aims to continue the tradition of featuring unique car models and signed a deal with Nissan to bring the all-new 2009 Nissan 370Z to NFS Undercover players. Rumors concerning the NFS Nissan model spread on the web since two weeks ago but the two companies officially confirmed the agreement today.

“For the past 15 years, Need for Speed has helped define contemporary automotive culture by bridging the gap between gamers and the world’s hottest cars. As such, we are very excited to partner with one of the automotive powerhouses today to exclusively reveal the all-new Nissan ZÒ,” said Keith Munro, vice president of Marketing at Electronic Arts.

“Need for Speed is about style, fast-paced action and power; this is definitely a car made for Need for Speed fans. Come November, they’ll be able to test drive the all-new 370Z in the game before the car is released on the market.”

Need for Speed Undercover is a multi-platform game compatible with Playstation 3 and Xbox360 game consoles as well as with PCs, with all versions of the game due in November 17, 2008. In terms of requirements, NFS Undercover needs Windows XP or Windows Vista with latest service pack installed, a 2.8 GHz processor or higher, 1GB RAM and a Pixel Shader 2.0 or above video card. 5.5 GB of hard-disk space is said to be required for installing the game.

“By launching the all-new 2009 Nissan Z first through Need for Speed: Undercover, we also gain the spirit and energy that EA gamers experience so strongly. Together with EA, we have truly integrated the all-new 370Z in the overall game experience in a meaningful, multi-layered and profound way,” says Christian Meunier, vice president, Nissan Marketing.
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