Need for Speed: Payback Launching This November

Need for Speed: Payback includes a lot of customization choices from custom paint jobs to refurbishing old cars and much more. There are many ways to personalize your vehicle in Need for Speed: Payback, and the trailer below provides a comprehensive look at some of the body kits, decals and other ways to make modify your ride.

At Microsoft store, Need for Speed: Payback is going to be a rather small download at 30GB for the PC specs. That is definitely modest in comparison to a lot of games today. The PC version of Need for Speed: Payback features an unlocked framerate, and displays at 4K. Running the game on low settings will put you at 720p, 30 FPS experience and 1080p, 60 FPS at high settings.

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Need for Speed: Payback will launch on November 10th for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Those who purchase the Need for Speed: Payback Deluxe Edition will get access to the game three days early on November 7th, a unique license plate, discounts, reputation bonuses along with the five vehicles from the Platinum Car Pack.

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