EA has posted quite a few more details on Need For Speed Payback, check them out below, with links to read even more about each topic.
Take your visual customization further and build out your dream car with the addition of Vanity Items. There’s multiple types of vanity item on offer in NFS Payback, each one allowing you to customize your car with that little extra personal flavour; Underglow, Tire Smoke, Nitrous Flames and Air Suspension.
There’s nothing better than creating your own one of a kind car but what if you could take that one step further and build it from scrap? In Need for Speed Payback we’re adding a new type of car, something we’re calling Derelicts.
Performance Parts in Need for Speed Payback provide you with some of the deepest and most strategic choices seen in a Need for Speed game to date.
The handling tuning options in Need for Speed Payback allow you to setup your car, so it feels just the way you want it to. Bring up the tuning sliders at any time, even when out driving in the world and with the push of a button, you’ve got yourself a new handling setup. No need to even turn your engine off.
Cars and customization are two ingredients which help define Need for Speed and when it comes to Payback you’ll have more ways than ever before to interact with both of these elements. Whether it’s buying cars, picking up new parts or finding a sweet new garage to store your collection of cars in.
We’ve got Highway Heist gameplay and sitting alongside this is the very first look at customization in Need for Speed Payback. Check out a number of cars being customized, including your first glimpses of a Derelict Super Build. An off-road Volkswagen Beetle, what’s not to love?