[E3 2017] Need For Speed: Payback: Gameplay Reveal [VIDEO]

Somehow the game seems stuck in 2012 altogether.

During EA Play, the new Need For Speed also got mentioned, but it didn’t get a lot of air time, which, despite it being one of the key games of the publisher later this year, is unbelievable. Still, there’s a brand new gameplay video here.

Quoting the game’s website, „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. How do you get behind the wheel of a car that’s being transported through the desert? […]

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. Alongside the Highway Heist and other memorable moments, you’ll be able to build your perfect ride. Customize the car of your dreams, both visually and its performance, into one of five distinct car classes; Race, Drift, Off-Road, Drag and Runner. Turn a piece of scrap into a piece of art, and use it to tear up the streets and countryside of Fortune Valley.” (Unfortunately, they didn’t show much about a scrap car being converted into a racer. It was a Volkswagen Beetle during EA Play for… about a few seconds.)

Need For Speed: Payback is out on November 10 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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