Forza 7 is here and the Gran Turismo Sport is imminent. If you are looking for the ...
Forza 7 is here and the Gran Turismo Sport is imminent. If you are looking for the driving game that focuses a bit less on the driving simulator and far more on the automotive arcade adventure, and then we have the title for you.
Need for Speed Payback arrives this winter and it is bringing the fresh open world with it. Thankfully, it offers both daytime and the nighttime driving.
Why do I mention that? The prior game, Need for Speed Rivals, was locked in the perpetual darkness. Payback, on the other hand, cycles through the 24-hour schedule.
More importantly, though, it involves the ton of cars, heavy modification possibilities, what looks like tons of fun.
In the trailer below, you will find wheel-standing muscle cars, dirt-blasting Subarus, and even the modified Defender 110 on the hunt for wrecked barn-find type rides.
The game should prove to have the car for everyone, even truck lovers as the aforementioned Land Rover and the wild Chevy pickup both prove.
As this trailer shows, you can buy new vehicles in this open world, modify the one you have at shops, find derelicts that you can turn into custom rides all your own. Well, you can also seek out drag races, off-road battles, or even the police chases.
If you are not into the more focused racing realms of Forza and Gran Turismo, keep your wallet handy this November. EA Games’ Need for Speed Payback arrives on the 10th and will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
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