All the stats from Criterion's Burnout Paradise 2.0.
Remember the sheer frustration at being unable to find the final few security gates in Burnout Paradise? Well, they're back in Need For Speed: Most Wanted. 135 of them to be precise, along with 156 billboards to smash through, and 66 security cameras to speed past.
41 cars are included in the game, spread across 123 jack spots - the areas in Fairhaven where you can quickly jump into any car that you discover.
The base game will also feature 61 single-player events, although it's not yet known how many multiplayer challenges are available in the game's online mode.
Criterion suggests that the same amount of content will also be available in the PlayStation Vita version.
EA released a brand new gameplay video of Most Wanted last night, showing off the game's multiplayer challenges. You can take a look at that below.
Need For Speed: Most Wanted releases on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC and PlayStation Vita on November 2.