From street cars to muscle cars to supercars, Need for Speed No Limits has a little something for everyone.
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Firemonkeys and EA packed almost two dozen real world automobiles into the game at launch, and the best part is that it’s possible to obtain all of them without paying a dime — though for those who choose to pay for in-game gold, it can certainly speed up the process.
Naturally, you don’t start the game with a garage packed full of cars. You begin play with just one car (a Subaru BRZ, in my case) and have a chance to obtain a few more in fairly short order. Not only is variety truly the spice of life, but having multiple rides gives you more options when playing through the game’s Car Series mode.
So how do you get your hands on more cars in Need for Speed No Limits? Each car has a specific number of blueprints you’ll need to gather before you unlock that car.
And how do you get those blueprints? We’ll break down the various methods for you:
- Win blueprints in races. As you play through the game’s Underground mode, many of the races will award specific car blueprints as prizes. Boss battles at the end of each chapter will give you guaranteed blueprints; other times you’ll see a blueprint pop up as one of three potential rewards that get shuffled once you beat that race. You only get to pick one of the three, though you can spend 30 gold to make another pick. The thing to remember here is that you can replay certain Underground chapters after you beat them, up to three times each day. Also, when you are looking at any car in your garage, you can tap the magnifying glass icon at the bottom of the screen and see exactly what chapters to replay for a chance at that car’s blueprints.
- Find them in crates at the Loading Docks. Crates generally drop materials or parts but can drop blueprints too. The better the crate, the better the chance it will yield a blueprint (and sometimes more than one of said blueprint) and for a rarer car. Don’t forget that you get five free Classic crates every day and one free Premium crate every 48 hours.
- Buy them at the Black Market. While you’ll need quite bit of gold or a ton of cash to buy anything from the Black Market, it’s worth a look if you need exotic blueprints. As I type this, you can grab 5 blueprints for the Mercedes GT for 250 gold, and while that’s expensive, earning them in play would take quite a long time. The selection in the Black Market rotates over time, though you can make it happen immediately (up to twice a day) by spending 60 gold.
- Hit the Tournament Market and trade in some trophies. If you’re playing in the game’s Tournament mode, you’ll notice that you earn trophies as you rank up and for your final finishing position. Those can be spent in the Tournament Market, which always has several blueprints alongside its selection of parts. As you might expect, blueprints for rare cars take a lot of trophies, but you can find some for less exotic rides at reasonable prices after just one tournament.
Once you’ve got the proper number of blueprints for any car, you simply head to your Garage, tap on its picture and presto, you’ve got yourself a new ride. Enjoy!