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Need for Speed Payback Gameplay Trailer, Trial Arrives on November 2 For EA Access Subscribers

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Need for Speed Payback Gameplay Trailer, Trial Arrives on November 2 For EA Access Subscribers

Check out the official Need For Speed Payback gameplay trailer. The game is scheduled to release on November 10 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. EA Access subscribers can play the trial version on November 2.

The crew (Tyler, Jess and Mac) have learned that The House are transporting a car equipped with a new piece of technology that may be a key component in bringing them down. This calls for one thing: acquire the car, get hold of the tech and dent The House’s plans. The Highway Heist is one of the set piece moments that takes place within *Need for Speed *Payback’s single player campaign which follows the story of Tyler, Jess and Mac as they set out to bring down The House.

For the fans that pre-order the Need For Speed Payback Deluxe Edition ($79.99), you can get up to 3 days of early access to the full game. Stand out from the crowd with exclusive customization items and receive in-game discounts, Rep bonuses, and five shipments to get your adventure started. It also includes the upcoming Story Mission Pack and the Need for Speed Payback Platinum Car Pack.

Read more about Need for Speed Payback at the official website.


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  1. Call me negative nancy or whatever but that looks really bad. It seems like a re-hash of The Run with the same really rough handling components of the past few NFS games.
    I wish they would realize that a large majority of the NFS fanbase wants another Underground/Most Wanted (original)/Carbon and not this type of game.
    Looks great to me, I'm preordering. Had a lot of fun with the previous Need for Speed, probably about 200 hours and this looks similar in nature.
    Looks like it could be a fun title. I still play Need for Speed Rivals with my buddy and still have fun with that game as well. Payback looks beautiful. I can't wait till it drops in November.
    Will probably have horrible driving physics like the last. Hard pass.

    It's not a sim racer, physics in the last game were fine for what it was.

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