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Need For Speed: ProStreet is the 11th game in the NFS series. It doesn't just include new and more detailed graphics, it includes a new type of gameplay. The game doesn't have a Free Roam mode (as in Underground 2, Most Wanted or Carbon), but it has an Event Map, similar to Juiced's Event Calendar.

The player's main goal in this game is to become the "King of the street". Nothing new. However, there are no more illegal races in the game - all of the available races are sponsored, and the action takes place on different racing tracks. No more traffic, no more in-town driving.

The game features 2 gameplay modes. Career (you start your "life" as a lowlife race driver and over time you will conquer everyone) and free play (where you can race unlocked cars and unlocked tracks).

As usual, the game includes a jukebox where you can listen to some singles, used by EA as the game's Sound Track. The game also includes new car models, and the classic racing modes except for cop chases, since ProStreet does not promote illegal racing. Also as usual, when you first start the game you will be prompted to create an alias (profile). You can choose which one will be loaded when you start the game again. After creating the alias, you are prompted to choose your difficulty settings.

All versions, except for the PlayStation 2 and Wii, contain online multiplayer modes.


Need for Speed: ProStreet PlayStation 2 In case you think it's cool to race around streets in real life the game's intro includes this warning
Need for Speed: ProStreet PlayStation 2 The start of a game in Career Mode<br>
After creating a game id and saving it there's another video sequence and then the player finds themselves on the grid waiting for the 3-2-1 countdown
Need for Speed: ProStreet PlayStation 2 The in-game pause menu<br>While paused the camera moves slowly around the car
Need for Speed: ProStreet PlayStation 2 The game starts with the usual logos and a video sequence that showcases the cars and the action. There's also a lot of 'urban art' images that flash on the screen

Promo Images

Need for Speed: ProStreet Screenshot
Need for Speed: ProStreet Screenshot
Need for Speed: ProStreet Screenshot
Need for Speed: ProStreet Screenshot


Alternate Titles

  • "NFS:PS" -- Common abbreviation

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User Reviews

Should not have been released on PS2 Jeremy Petho (293) 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars

Critic Reviews

GameZone Nov 13, 2007 7.9 out of 10 79
Computer Bild Spiele Dec 05, 2007 2.66 out of 6 67 / Nov 29, 2007 67 out of 100 67
GameSpot Nov 13, 2007 6.5 out of 10 65
Softpedia Nov 25, 2007 6.3 out of 10 63
PSX Extreme Dec 29, 2007 6.2 out of 10 62
IGN Nov 13, 2007 6.2 out of 10 62 Nov 23, 2007 12 out of 20 60
PlayFrance Dec 03, 2007 6 out of 10 60
Gamestyle Jan 08, 2008 5 out of 10 50


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Accidental early release information

Russian distributor Soft Club unveiled the release date and the name of the game in February 2007. This was likely a mistake, as Electronic Arts did not reveal or confirm the title until 31st May 2007.

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Sciere (710868) added Need for Speed: ProStreet (PlayStation 2) on Nov 23, 2007
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