E3 2017: Need For Speed Payback Zooming To Retailers November 10

by Lawrence Cooper June 11, 2017, 0:52
E3 2017: Need For Speed Payback Zooming To Retailers November 10

Need for Speed Payback was the third game EA talked about during its EA Play conference.

With Payback, EA is also solidifying that Need For Speed is its one-and-only driving series as Burnout falls further away in the company's rearview mirror. As you can imagine, the mission is full of cars wrecking, explosions, and wonderful set pieces.

Your main enemy is "The House" which controls casinos, criminals and the cops in this city. Deep customization is also on the menu, and there will even be derelict cars that can be found in the open world and restored to their former glory.

EA Play gets underway later today when EA finally lift the curtain on E3 2017 with their opening showcase from Hollywood. Hopefully the final product is as exciting and challenging as today's gameplay showed. To do so, the player will make use of three different characters: Tyler, Mac, and Jess, with unique play styles.

Need for Speed: Payback got an official gameplay reveal, showing off just what a dedicated driver can do behind the wheel of a Koenigsegg.

Need for Speed Payback is scheduled for release on November 10th on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Very Fast and Furious like.

Maybe taking a page out of the Fast franchise is a good step.


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