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World of Speed

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Developer: Slightly Mad Studios
Release Date: 2014

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'World of Speed' Adds Mini Cooper - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on June 26, 2014 @ 3:14 p.m. PDT

In World of Speed, players hop in the driver's seat of an endless garage of cars, ranging from everyday city runners to the fastest super cars on the planet to the most iconic cars from throughout the storied history of auto racing.

Players will find themselves racing on true-to-life tracks spanning the globe and on tracks only a speed freak could dream up, carved from roadways across cities including London and San Francisco.

World of Speed introduces a new level of connected competition allowing players real-time interactive social gameplay through intense Club and team gameplay, the Airfield social hub, and unique missions and objectives in every race to make every players actions really matter. As a free-to-play online experience, World of Speed will be supported with live events and player challenges, new gameplay modes, tracks and cars and much more.

World of Speed will be entering closed beta in Spring 2014. To learn more about World of Speed and for a chance to play the fast-paced action in the closed beta, visit and sign up at the official website.


The Mini Cooper is a vehicle with quite a history going all the way back to 1961. In fact, the original design of the Mini started in April 1959 with the Mark I Mini but it wasn't until 1961 when they teamed up with John Cooper to create the Cooper.

John Cooper, owner of the Cooper Car Company and designer and builder of Formula One and rally cars, originally wanted to build the Mini Cooper as a performance car capable of competing in a number of racing disciplines. He saw this goal achieved when the Mini Cooper S won the Monte Carlo Rally in 1964, 1965 and 1967.

If you're a fan of the Mini Cooper then you'd probably know that it became exceptionally famous thanks to the 1969 movie, the Italian Job, and its ridiculously over-the-top car chase scene that is arguably one of the best car chases in cinema history.

But times have changed since 1969 and so has the Mini Cooper S. Putting the complete modern redesign of the body style aside, the Cooper S now runs on a 4-Cylinder 16 Valve Twin Scroll Turbo engine with an output of 189 HP and 207 ft/lb of torque. That may not sound like much but given the size of the Mini you'll be able to hit speeds of well over 125MPH. That and the brilliant handling of the car will allow players to be competitive at any location in World of Speed.


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