Electronic Arts just gave us a closer look at its upcoming racing game, Need for Speed Payback, which you can check out above.
The presenter emphasized that customization will be a focus of the game, allowing visual and performance-affecting alterations of every vehicle, similar to the Need for Speed released in 2015. The trailer also drives home what EA meant when it described this as an action driving game, as the heist-style sequence feels like something straight out of a Fast and Furious movie. Here's everything you need to know about its price and editions as well. You can find classic cars and turn them from scrap to supercars.
The gameplay doesn't look revolutionary in comparison to past Need for Speed or Forza games.
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You can use these funds to complete other Apple Pay transactions, or you can transfer that cash over to your bank account. The new functionality promises to save you the hassle of scouring your home for the password to your home Wi-Fi router.
The footage showed the player chasing a truck that contains a stolen auto.
Need For Speed Payback will involve three playable characters and an action-flick storyline reminiscent of The Fast and The Furious when it launches November 10 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.
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