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Overview

    Need for Speed II is the sequel to The Need for Speed and part of The Need for Speed franchise.  In Need for Speed II you race with exotic cars on different tracks all around the world.  The game also features a split-screen mode to play with friends.  The game does not include police pursuits like in the original The Need for Speed.

Cars

    The cars in Need for Speed II are divided into A, B, and C classes based on their performance.  Most cars you drive are exotic cars with the exception of a few concept cars and the ability to drive slower traffic cars via cheat codes. 

List of player drivable cars:
  • Ferrari F50
  • Lotus GT1
  • Jaguar XJ220
  • Ford GT90
  • Lotus Esprit V8
  • McLaren F1
  • Isdera Commandatore
  • Italdesign Cala
  • Ford Indigo Concept Car (Bonus)

Tracks

     All tracks are circuit tracks.  There is an ability to toggle tracks to be played forwards/backwards and regular/mirrored.  Giving a total of four different tracks per track.  You can also toggle traffic.  The tracks take place all around the world.  Some of the places include: USA, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Greece, Nepal, and Germany.

List of tracks:
  • Outback
  • Last Resort
  • Pacific Spirit
  • Mediterraneo
  • North Country
  • Proving Grounds
  • Mystic Peaks
  • Monolithic Studios (Bonus)
 

Special Edition

Need For Speed II Special Edition (SE) was a version of Need For Speed II that featured not only the original game but also some extra tracks and cars. 

Cars

 Extra Cars for Special Edition:

  • Ford Mustang Mach III
  • Ferrari F355 F1 Berlinetta
  • BMW Italdesign Nazca C2
  • Ford Indigo

Bonus Cars for Special Edition (unlocked via cheat codes):
  • Bomber BFS
  • Tombstone Daytona Racecar
  • FZR2000 (fictional car)
 

Tracks

  NEW to Special Edition:
  • Last Resort

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