FANDOM


 Cleanup - This article requires editing to meet the Need for Speed Wiki's quality standards.
 Stub - Why not help by expanding this article with relevant information.
XPTheRun

Experience Points are integers that are often awarded after a player meets a goal, requirement or target. Awarded Experience Points are added together to create a numeric amount to display a player's total amount of experience within a game.

Experience Points are often used alongside levelling systems to display a player's total experience as an associated level state. Players are usually rewarded upon advancing a level in the form of special vehicles, abilities, skills, advanced vehicle tier or unique customization items.

Each level advances the difficulty of AI that players will encounter in Single Player modes as well as matching them with similarly skilled players in some Multiplayer modes.

Experience Points

Experience Points are represented by different means in each Need for Speed title;

Experience Points are often awarded for certain performing tasks in each title. These include; Drifting, Near missing traffic, Driving in the oncoming lane, Reaching a vehicle's top speed, Traversing short cuts and Beating previous best times.

Some titles offer Experience Points for tasks that only appear specifically in that title. These include; Escaping, Surviving, Clean overtakes, Dirty overtakes, Slip streaming, Corner mastering, Equipment usage, Overtaking a rival and Autolog recommendations.

Experience Levels

Experience Levels are represented by different names in each Need for Speed title;

  • 1ICLiGJhbC8yFQQaXFJRGEQ5L2FjaC8wL0YAAAAA5 fn 9D -g==
    Need for Speed: Most Wanted - Blacklist Number

The player must climb the ranks of the Blacklist from rank 16 to rank 1. The story progresses as the player reaches a new level in the Blacklist.

The player climbs from XP level 1 to 50 as they win Multiplayer events. Each XP level unlocks unique customisation items and also counts towards some Reward Card goals.

  • 212439
    Need for Speed: Shift - Driver Level

The player climbs from Driver Level 1 to 50 with rewards being unlocked upon reaching each new level.

The player's Wheelman Level increases from 1 to 18 as they complete events seen around the Tri-City Bay area. Each new level unlocks new events as well as driver abilities.

  • RepLvl
    Need for Speed: World - Driver Level

The player climbs from Driver Level 1 to 60 with more car slots and vinyls becoming available at higher ranks.

Both the SCPD and Racer levelling routes climb from 1 to 20. Each have their own specific unlocks at differing levels but the player's level in one track isn't represented in the other.

  • 532013
    Shift 2: Unleashed - Driver Level

The player climbs from Driver Level 1 to 20 with rewards being unlocked upon reaching each new level.

  • 722069
    Need for Speed: The Run - XP Level

The player climbs from XP Level 1 to 30 with rewards being unlocked upon reaching some levels.

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.