EA has released brand new gameplay trailer of Need for Speed Payback. Need for Speed Payback is confirmed to arrive for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game will also support Microsoft’s upcoming Project Scorpio console.
Although most games from EA’s presentation don’t seem like they will arrive for the Switch, the publisher did confirm a toned down FIFA 18 for the Nintendo console.
Need for Speed Payback will skip Nintendo Switch
The game’s executive producer Marcus Nilsson said, “Would that be a platform that Need for Speed Payback could run on? I don’t see why [not], but it’s not something we’re looking to at this very moment.”
Need for Speed Payback is said to feature the “most diverse, open-world”, and the deepest customization ever seen in the series, with EA showcasing a highway heist mission at its EA Play event yesterday.
The crew (Tyler, Jess and Mac) have learned that The House are transporting a car equipped with a new piece of technology that may be a key component in bringing them down. This calls for one thing: acquire the car, get hold of the tech and dent The House’s plans. The Highway Heist is one of the set piece moments that takes place within *Need for Speed *Payback’s single player campaign which follows the story of Tyler, Jess and Mac as they set out to bring down The House.
Need for Speed Payback for PS4 and Pro, PC, Project Scorpio, Xbox One will be available on November 10.