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Need for Speed Payback seamlessly blends gameplay and cinematics

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Need for Speed Payback’s the new NFS coming from EA this year. Coming from Ghost Games again – and it will be a cinematic racing experience.

“The current generation racer is launching in November, bringing players to a brand new city for you to tear up the streets with. Ventura Bay is described as sprawling, varied city, with dense streets for high-octane racing to scenic harbours and high canyons for you to test your handbrake skills. The open-world structure is being retained once again, with players free to explore the space at their leisure and hunt out events.”

EA showed off a new bit of gameplay that seamless blended racing with cinematic action, making it a lot more like a Fast and The Furious video game than we’ve had before. Check it out:

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Last Updated: June 12, 2017

One Comment

  1. Allykhat

    June 12, 2017 at 09:09

    Very interested in this, but I’ll wait it out. Campaign length, car count, map size and customization options need to be detailed before I make a call on this.


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