The upcoming Need For Speed Payback is bringing back the Customization feature, only now it’s bigger and better than ever.
With the franchise now refocused on classic cars as well, players will be able to customize their rides, with the game giving them plenty of options for the bodywork, the suspension, wheels and of course powertrain.
Need for Speed Payback also introduces the Derelicts which is basically scrap cars that can be found in the open world and get restored in all the possible ways, including the so-called Super-Builds, which can turn each vehicle into a dedicated race car, drift car, drag car and even jacked-up off-road oriented car.
Other than that, the new Need for Speed will offer plenty of action in the form of heist missions, police pursuits and of course plenty of racing in Fortune Valley.
Need for Speed Payback will be released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 10th.