A trailer for the next game in the Need for Speed series, titled Need for Speed: Payback, is here. The game was used to show off Microsoft’s new Xbox One X console at E3 2017 earlier this week.
The trailer includes lots of high-speed driving action, and lots of slow-motion crashes. It basically looks like a remake of Spy Hunter, made by massive fans of the Fast and Furious franchise.
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WIN AGAINST ALL ODDS
Get on a roll and win big with risk-versus-reward gameplay. The return of cop chases means the stakes have never been higher.
Live Out an Action-Driving Fantasy
Play through an explosive adventure as three distinct characters united by one common goal: revenge.
SCRAP TO STOCK TO SUPERCAR
Endlessly fine-tune your performance through each of the five distinct car classes (Race, Drift, Off-Road, Drag, and Runner) to turn the tables on the competition in any race, mission or challenge. Find abandoned vehicles scattered throughout the world to create your perfect car from the ground up. Collect, win or buy the hottest after-market parts and build out your perfect garage.
Need for Speed: Payback will be released on November 10th, and digital copies are currently available for pre-order over at Amazon.
Be sure to check out more from E3 2017 if interested!
How do you get behind the wheel of a car that’s being transported through the desert? Watch our EA Play gameplay trailer and find out how the crew gets things done.
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.
Need for Speed™ Payback will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC via Origin.
Release Date: November 10, 2017
EA Access Play First Trial: November 2, 2017