EA's $100 Fake Car | ScrewAttack.com EA rolls out $100 car for Need for Speed World - News at GameSpot According to the articles linked above, EA will be adding some premium DLC content to their free to play Need For Speed: World game which was released last July. The DLC will be the Koenigsegg CCX, which will cost ... 100$ ! Now, I can understand the use of in game microtransactions and the current level caps (free is to level 10, premium is to level 50) for free to play games, but 100 actual dollars for a single car is insane. Think it's just a mistake? That perhaps it's a typo, and that the car is actually $1.00 or even $10.00? Apparently it isn't, because the supercar is on sale for the next week for the bargain price of 75$. So at 100$ this must mean it's just an instant win car too right? Also a 'no' it seems. While the real world car is actually a very high end car with a V8 equipped with twin superchargers allowing it to go up to ~250 mph (see this top gear video link on youtube for more car porn describing this vehicle Top Gear - Jeremy Clarkson tests Koenigsegg CCX - BBC - YouTube), the car in the game is still being bested by current in-game vehicles that don't cost more than a copy of forza 4 and gt5 combined to use. After the recent backlash about their 30$ subscription/dlc plan for the 0.99 cent tetris game they released for mobile devices it makes me wonder if they are trying to completely sink their dlc planning departments altogether.