Need for Speed Payback's June update brings new cars, features, customizing bits
A lot of goodies announced for the Fortune Valley action show
Several months in and the Need Foor Speed Payback is still having its fans' attention through both free and paid additions to the game. The next one is scheduled for June 19th.
One of the most important changes (regarding the gameplay dynamics) is the level cap that’s been upped to 399 (from 299) which means you can beef up your ride even harder than before. What’s more, you can tune all of your cars to 399 now, and not be restricted to just one super build.
Speaking of super builds, ten new abandoned cars have been scattered around Fortune Valley — all the boss cars you’ve defeated while climbing the career ladder, actually. The bad news in that, if you want to collect them all, you’ll have to return to the game every week, as the cars are to be deployed one at a time.
The good news is that the June update will throw in a lot of things to keep you occupied, mostly customizing bits. Cop sirens are available now, along with the multi-color underglow, for a full disco experience. And if you got bored of the gazillion aftermarket rims already available in the game, here’s some more: 24 models from three different brands (HRE, 3SDM, Fifteen 52) are being added to the store.
While online, you can now express yourself through a series of reactions available in a chat wheel, so your opponent can now know if you ramming him out of Fortune Valley was a mistake or a deliberate thing. Also, through the Quick Races, you now can create lobbies and invite your friends in.
Three new models are planned to join the Fortune Valley action, only through a paid DLC: Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, and Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR.