Need for Speed Payback trailer shows off deep customization

EA Games has released a new trailer for Need for Speed Payback, highlighting the in-depth customization options within the game.

With NFS Payback, developer Ghost Games is looking to give players a level of customization they’ve never had before. You can literally customize every single part of the car — fenders, body kits, transmission, gears, side panels, you name it.

Whether its collecting derelict parts scattered throughout the world, purchasing parts from the shop, or winning the big race, there are plenty of options to upgrade your ride.

And if you’re looking to add a little unique flair to your car, NFS Payback is introducing “vanity items.” These special items allow you to add a more personal touch to your car with colored nitrous flames, air suspension, colored tire smoke, and underglow lights.

Check out the customization video below and look out for Need for Speed Payback when it speeds into stores on November 10th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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