Need For Speed Payback Trailer Is Action-Packed

The first official gameplay trailer for Need for Speed Payback has just been released ahead of previews of the new game on June 10-12th at EA Play.

As the teaser trailer released earlier this month suggested, this latest iteration in the much-loved franchise will be high-paced and revolve around players taking down “The House”, a cartel that runs casinos, the police force and criminals in Fortune Valley.

With “intense heist missions, high stakes car battles, epic cop pursuits, and jaw dropping set pieces,” it will be the closest thing to a Fast and Furious film that gamers can enjoy.

As with the Need for Speed games that have come before it, Payback will feature a host of vehicles and offer gamers extensive vehicle customization options.

The game will hit stores on November 10th and be available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.


  • Bash

    I didn’t finish no limits yet, but this looks awesome.

    • Jay

      It does look awesome. The last one I played and didn’t finish was the run.

  • 1

    what a childlish load of crap.

  • Mill0048

    The graphics look great and the game play looks fun in a Burnout kinda way. Were the more recent NFS games like this too? I don’t care for the damage modeling as every car seems to get damaged the same generic way: lots of front end damage regardless of impact.

  • fabri99

    Doesn’t look a lot different from the most recent NFS games… I’ll take the Regera though.

  • Kevin Tay

    Lel. Essentially Burnout +NFS: The Run.

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