A ton of new details, screens, and even a trailer were just released for Need for Speed Payback
. In the game, you'll be able to turn wrecks into personalised supercars. These wrecks, dubbed Derelicts, have upgrade tiers that ultimately end in Super Builds. The Super Builds have great performance as well as more options for visual customisation.Need for Speed
fans have been vocal about wanting more options in terms of customisation and Need for Speed Payback
aims to address this. The Derelict system aside, you'll have even deeper customisation for every car in your garage. This includes vanity items such as underglow, tire smoke, air suspension, and nitrous flames.
Performance customisation is also deeper as parts come in six categories: Head, Turbo, Block, Exhaust, ECU, and Transmission. You'll be able to get ahold of these parts by winning events or buying them from constantly changing stocks at Part Shops. You can also acquire parts through the Targeted Roll system, which recycles unwanted parts in exchange for new ones.
All of these parts need to be kept somewhere, of course, so you'll be able to buy multiple garages in order to house your ever-growing amount of cars and parts. Once you have access to all five garages, you'll be able to keep an unlimited amount of cars.
Along with all this information comes a customisation trailer to help visualise it all.
Need for Speed Payback
is set to launch worldwide on November 10th. If you're interested in seeing more of the game before its release, it will be at Gamescom next month.
We've got the full list of Need for Speed Payback achievements
- check the list for guides to unlocking them.