User Date

Need for Speed World Downloads

Immersive Pursuit Overhaul

Immersive Pursuit Overhaul
Added On March 26, 2020
Views 227
Downloads 42
Version World
File Size 3.04 KB
Favorited 0 times
Average Rating
No ratings yet. Be the first!
You must be logged in to rate this file.


Need For Speed: World

Immersive Pursuit Overhaul

by TerraSphere_385

Due to Blackbox caving in to the demands of removing cops in free roam, the sense of danger in the streets disappeared and the game never felt as thrilling as the older games. Intended to increase immersion, this mod will return some of the lost sense of danger the cops gave you (Unfortunately, no free roam cops). Cops now feel as if they're the ones broadcast in live television, and cops can continously patrol the streets with more units. This was made with safety of the participating officers and the suspect in mind. Do not expect do-or-die tactics from the police, they will prioritize methodical tactics to stop you.


========================= Removed Rhinos =========================

Dropped as it is too life-threatening for both the police officer and the suspect.

========================= Changed Police Cars =========================

You don't see sports cars as regular police cars that often, unless you live in Saudi Arabia.

========================= Decreased Spike Strip Chance =========================

Real spike strips can introduce real danger to not just the participants in the pursuit, but also to civilians as well.

========================= Added SUV and SUVL patrols =========================

SUVs patrol the streets in real life.

========================= Changed Roadblock Composition =========================

SUVs, SUVLs, and Interceptors are now the staple of roadblocks.

========================= Realistic Police Count during Pursuits =========================

Because immersion.

========================= Shortened Transition from Heat 1 to Heat 2 =========================

If you don't voluntarily surrender your vehicle, the heat goes to level 2. The cops are now dealing with a non-cooperative suspect and thus follow Heat 2 (Pursuit Protocol), not Heat 1 (Voluntary Surrender Protocol).

========================= Increased Cooldown Time =========================

Cops now look for you in realistic time. If you escape the cops in Heat 1, then it's just a minor offense and therefore not a big deal. If you escape in Heat 2, the cops are going to look for you as long as it takes in real life.

========================= More Police Patrols during Cooldown =========================

Every police is willing to respond to the search for the suspect. Police are supposed to converge on the last known location of the suspect. Vanilla cops only send 1 or 2 to find you. This mod sends all available units to search for you in your last known location.




Archive Extractor (WinRAR, preferrably)



If you don't have an archive browser, here's a download link:

If you haven't downloaded NFS-VLTEd, here's the download link:

There will be one .nfsms file inside the archive. Extract the file wherever you want.

1. Open NFS World on your VLT-Ed.

2. On NFS-VLTEd, Click File > Import > ModScript and browse for the file you extracted. Select and install.

3. Once it is finished importing, click File > Save on your NFS-VLTEd.

You may now play the game with more realistic pursuits.


NFS-VltEd v4.6 by nfsu360


NFS Modding Community

Final Remarks:

You may now post my mods in other sites or use them in your servers without my permission. However, kindly credit me for the work, no matter how miniscule this mod is. If you're going to use my mod for your servers, kindly notify me so I would know. This is to avoid any unnecessary issues that may arise from their use. It helps a lot in maintaining the modding community's sense of camaraderie. Hopefully, with enough time and effort, more talented people will be inspired by the community to join us in modding NFS. More talented people means more mods. More mods means better mod quality and more fun time for all of us. And that talented person could be you.

To all the people who graduated from NFS modding, thank you for your hardwork. To all of you who are now working at game companies, congratulations! I'm really glad your time and skills were of value to your personal life. Your creations inspire us, even to this day.

- TerraSphere_385

Visitor Comments

No comments yet. Be the first to add one!

Error: You must be logged in to comment on this file.

Not registered yet? Register here. It only takes 30 seconds.

Forget your password? Find it here.