Ghost Games has released more information about the derelict system of rebuilding cars in the upcoming November release of Need For Speed Payback.
First hinted at in the original June reveal of the game, Need For Speed Payback‘s derelict system offers gamers the ultimate supercar fancier’s fantasy. Hidden around the fictional city of Fortune Valley, decrepit hulks of legendary classic cars wait for the player to seek them out to restore them to their former glory and beyond. Combining exploration elements (through the need to find parts for the vehicles) and the exhilarating action-driving experience the Need For Speed series is known for, the derelict system will allow users to take even the most rusted hunk of unmitigated junk and turn it into a monster speed machine.
Need For Speed Payback‘s derelict system is sure to appeal to car enthusiasts and completionists alike, as evolving a vehicle from scrap pile to supercar will require an investment of time and effort not unlike what one might expect in reality. Five broken-down cars lay waiting for the eager completionist, among them American, European, and Japanese classics. The idea of finding all of these vehicles and upgrading each to its full potential may compel players to spend hours exploring the rich, open world of Fortune Valley.
The derelict system promises a rewarding experience for gamers who want to invest themselves in the journey of rebuilding a classic. In addition, players might find themselves feeling some level of attachment to their vehicles after putting so much work into restoring them, which is a task that may keep gamers enthralled for hours.
Need For Speed Payback arrives on November 10, 2017 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One platforms.
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