EA promised more customization with Need For Speed: Payback. EA has finally taken a lot of feedback from gamers and is now working on their 2017 release.
We’ve seen quite the amount of gameplay a few days ago when EA showcased Need For Speed Payback’s Highway Heist mission. So far, the game seems to be very impressive and could bring EA’s Need For Speed franchise back in the game.
Gamers are now able to play the game offline and regarding the amount of customization EA is offering with Payback is immense. Courtesy of GTA Wise Guy, here’s some customization gameplay.
As the video showcases, we’ve got everything over here. From wide body kits to customizing the car itself. It’s going to be every car enthusiast’s galore. EA says that you would be able to convert a car from scratch to a supercar, and they weren’t lying.
Need For Speed Payback is set to launch on the 10th of November 2017 on PC, Xbox One, and PC. Pre-orders are open as of today. We just can’t wait to try out Need For Speed Payback.