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Need For Speed Payback Content Update Available Now - Features Speedcross & More Cars

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Need For Speed Payback Content Update Available Now - Features Speedcross & More Cars

EA has released their first content update for Need For Speed Payback, featuring Speedcross and plenty of new cars.

The Mazda RX-7 Spirit R, Volvo 242DL, Volvo Amazon P130, Plymouth Barracuda, Nissan Skyline 2000 GTR and the BMW M3 Evolution II E30 abandoned cars will start appearing on December 19 in Fortune Valley. Find the car, escape the cops, keep the car. Once you’ve acquired the car, it will then be available to purchase from a dealership of your choice.

Speedcross is an event that focuses on scoring as many points as you can through a pre-determined course. Go big, and go fast as you score points in each of the following areas; Drift Zones, Jumps, Speedtraps and Smackables.

The introduction of Speedcross will also include sixteen brand new events, split across four zones; Canyon, Airfield, Construction and Ember valley.

Two new cars will be added within the Speedcross pack, the Mini John Cooper Works Countryman and the Infiniti Q60 S. These won’t be the only cars available within the Speedcross class, joining them are the; Nissan 350Z, Ford Focus RS and Dodge Charger.

Speedcross will be free to all owners of the Deluxe Edition and will be purchasable as a separate standalone for everyone else.

BMW M Performance Parts

A selection of our BMW cars will be receiving a number of new BMW M Performance parts as part of their visual customization options. These parts will be available to buy and equip the same way as all other visual customization parts, via the garage.

BMW M4 GTS

  • Front Fender
  • Side Skirts
  • Wing Mirrors

BMW M5

  • Front Canards
  • Front Bumper
  • Spoiler
  • Diffuser
  • Rear Bumper
  • Sideskirts
  • Front Fender
  • Grille
  • Wing Mirrors

BMW X6M

  • Sideskirts
  • Front Fenders
  • Wing Mirrors
  • Grille
  • Rear Bumper
  • Front Bumper

BMW M2

  • Front Canards
  • Front Bumper
  • Spoiler
  • Diffuser
  • Rear Bumper
  • Exhaust
  • Sideskirts
  • Front Fenders
  • Grille

Speedlists – Drift Run

We’re adding a new game mode into Speedlists, Drift Runs. These are based on the Drift Trial events that you will have played within the single player of NFS Payback. Up to 8 players will be able to take part in the event, with a multiplier being given to those that are in front (distance wise).

In total there will be 10 different drift runs, available in both day and night settings.

These additions to Speedlists will be available to everyone from December 19th.

Steering Wheel Support

Since we revealed NFS Payback there’s been one question that’s been rumbling on amongst our community, will Need for Speed Payback support steering wheels? The short answer to this is that yes, steering wheel support is on the way.

We’ve partnered with Logitech to ensure the following wheels will be officially supported:

  • Logitech G29
  • Logitech G920

Steering wheel support will be coming to all platforms and will be available to everyone from December 19th.

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