Need for Speed Payback hasn’t generated loads of excitement since launching recently, but EA and Ghost Games are hoping the game’s first big update will give you it a pleasant pre-Christmas boost. The Speedcross update adds a brand new type of races, together with a number of other additions.

Speedcross races are point-based competitions, where jumps, speed, fancy drifting, and destruction matter just as much as coming in first. In addition to Speedcross, Ghost Games is promising new cars, controls support, and multiplayer Drift Run competitions. The Speedcross races are paid DLC (if you can’t bought the Deluxe Edition), although the new cars, wheel support, and multiplayer additions have the freedom.

Check out a trailer and official rundown of all things visiting Necessity for Speed Payback, below.

Speedcross

Take power over Mac along the way met with a variety of drivers from all over the earth, with cities just like Palmont, Bayview, Rockport, Fairhaven and Olympic City all represented, while using ultimate goal of beating the reigning champion, The Barracuda.

Speedcross is definitely an event that targets on scoring numerous points as possible through the pre-determined course. Go big, and go fast while you score points in every from the following areas; Drift Zones, Jumps, Speedtraps and Smackables. Speedcross includes sixteen brand spanking new events, split across four zones – Canyon, Airfield, Construction and Ember valley. Two new cars shall be added inside Speedcross pack, the Mini John Cooper Works Countryman along with the Infiniti Q60 S.

Abandoned Cars

You often have noticed some cars being driven around Fortune Valley by the Street Leagues who are not yet offered to own yourself. That changes now. Abandoned cars has decided to learn to appear, hidden within Fortune Valley. Discover the car, escape the cops, maintain the car.

Need for Speed Payback houses various beautiful cars and rumor has it many of alternatives starting to appear around the globe, just waiting around for a whole new owner ahead along. We’re speaking about the Mazda RX-7 Spirit R, Volvo 242DL, Volvo Amazon P130, Plymouth Barracuda, Nissan Skyline 2000 GTR and also the BMW M3 Evolution II E30.

Speedlists: Drift Run

We’re adding a fresh game mode into Speedlists, Drift Runs. They’re good Drift Trial events you will likely have played inside the single player of NFS Payback. Up to 8 players will be able to have fun with the event, having a multiplier being given to ones that are right in front (distance wise).

Steering Wheel Support

Since we revealed NFS Payback we have witnessed one question which is rumbling on amongst our community, will Need for Speed Payback support steering wheels? Rapid solution to this really is that yes, tire support is on the way. We’ve partnered with Logitech so your Logitech G29 and Logitech G920 will be supported.

I enjoyed Desire for Speed Payback’s open world and racing action, but was underwhelmed by its story and loot-box-laden progression system. Check out Wccf’s full review here:

“Need for Speed Payback is really a well-designed sandbox that’s at its most entertaining if you ignore what’s said to be the core on the game. The tale is really a dud, as well as the game’s Ultimate Team-inspired upgrade strategy is a trial to force a square peg in a round hole, there is however no denying tearing down desert roads at 180 mph in a souped-up 1965 Mustang is actually a blast. Requirement for Speed Payback is really a fun joyride, but it really doesn’t quite sustain over the end.”

Need for Speed Payback is currently positioned on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. The Speedrun update, and accompanying free add-ons, will probably be available tomorrow (December 19).

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