After rebooting Need for Speed two years ago, Ghost Games knew if it was going to compete in the modern racing world, they were going to need to take some drastic measures with the series. Thus, they looked at other games and other mediums for inspiration and have come up with a campaign that is both narrative heavy and action-oriented. Elements from familiar racing games like the Forza Horizon spinoff series, and slow-motion impact cams that look like they might have been ripped from The Fast and the Furious franchise, serve as window dressing in a tale about revenge enacted through racing in the brand new Need for Speed Payback.I had a chance recently to go hands-on with the first few hours of Need for Speed Payback‘s campaign on a PS4 Pro, and capture the first couple hours of that campaign and show it to you here. Although the first hour is a very linear experience, once it sets up all the pieces of the story its trying to tell, the world and its potential opens up. Also, as a fair warning, the audio in the below video will sometimes cut out for a minute or two due to copyright… Read full this story
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