Need for Speed: The Run PC Patch Removes 30fps Cap

Ah, that dreadful cap that puts a limit on our PC’s capabilities sure gets in the way. Fortunately, for those who purchased NFS: The Run, EA has decided to remove that fps cap to the game. This means if you have a powerful enough rig you can enjoy gaming above 30fps.
Here’s the patch notes provided by Need for Speed community manager, NFSDrew:

30 FPS cap is disabled when v-sync is set to OFF in advanced display settings
– Tweaked reset behavior for a number of tracks in The Run where resets seemed too close to the main race route
– When players go off track, they will be reset back onto the track instead of at the last checkpoint. Crashes will still result in a reset to the last checkpoint.
– Added Quick Match option from multiplayer menu
– Players now have the option to mute VOIP of other players in multiplayer sessions
– Reduced unrealistic behaviors when multiplayer opponents drive off-road or collide with world objects
– Autolog Friends now displays whether a friend is online, joinable or offline in player badge

In addition, the PC version of the game will receive all of the Signature Edition Booster Pack cars:

– Puppet Chevy El Camino SS
– Fatlace Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R
– Venom Nissan 370Z
– Scoundrel Subaru Impreza WRX STi
– Victory BMW M3 Sport Evolution
– Nicolas Mazda RX-7
– Mega Nissan GT-R (R35)
– Falken Porsche 911 GT3
– Conroy Ford GT