Need for Speed: Payback is the latest open-world racer from developer Ghost Games, which produced the rebooted Need for Speed in 2015. After making a Need for Speed movie, EA appears to have taken a more cinematic storytelling approach to its game. Here's what you need to know.
Payback looks fast and furious, featuring relics, cars that need to be found and restored, a la Forza Horizon.More news: "We are under siege" | President Trump gives charging speech during Comey's testimony
Cue a number of outrageously modded supercars, fast driving, and the police chases that the game has been known for over the years.
EA had previously said that you would control three different characters, though it wasn't apparent that this would happen so seamlessly during the course of a single mission.More news: Lil Wayne Sued for Hate Crime After Punching Club Bouncer
With the enforcers dealt with, you're able to slam into the truck itself, triggering one of a number of cutscenes during this entire sequence.
Need For Speed Payback releases on November 10 2017, so you won't need to wait too long to take down choppers yourself this year.More news: Roy Keane tells Republic 'to go to war' in Austria game
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