Need for Speed: Payback is an open-world arcade racing game developed by Ghost Games for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
You can have a powerful proprietary engine like Frostbite and screw up the games running on it with incompetence.
Electronic Arts is changing the way progression works in another game-this time, it's Need for Speed Payback.
Though the complaints about NFS haven't made quite the same headlines as those around Battlefront II, they have prompted EA to make some changes in how progress is rolled out in the game.
This "progression system" in Need For Speed Payback has changed, but before detailing all of the changes you can watch a video explaining the old system thanks to DriveMag Gaming. "Our aim with these changes is to make the progression, especially around the ownership of cars a much more enjoyable experience".
Increased the amount of REP awarded by taking part in events.
Moreover, Bait Crates now reward increased REP and increased Bank.
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Increased the amount of Bank awarded by taking part in events.
Competing against a Roaming Racer will reward you with increased REP.
And lastly, Air Suspension will now appear more frequently within Shipments.
Bait crates now reward increased Bank. The developers promise further changes to tune-up shops, making sure they stock better gear.
Competing against a Roaming Racer will reward you with increased Bank.
Also expect more REP and Bank for finishing outside of first place, too.
We'll update our readers when the upcoming changes are live. While they are not as very bad as those found in Star Wars Battlefront 2, they still are annoying. What ever happened to finished products at launch?
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