If you’ve been driving around Fortune Valley looking for something new, you’re in luck. The Need for Speed Payback June update landed earlier this week, and it brought a variety of new content to the game.
New Cars, Both Paid and Free
We first detailed the June update late last month. Chief amongst the additions are three new DLC cars:
- Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio
- Chevrolet Colorado ZR2
- Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR
The cars ring in at $2.49 each, or you can snatch up the trio for $3.99.
Speaking of new cars, the ten boss rides you come across in Payback’s story will now be available across the Valley. They’ll be dropping once every week, so you’ll need to revisit the game on a regular basis if you want to catch them all.
In addition to the new cars, players will have more options for tuning them as well. Ghost Games has bumped the max level of all vehicles to 399. Previously, some cars topped out at only 299, so this opens up the possibilities across the board.
That’s the performance mods. There’s also new underbody glow kits and police sirens for those so inclined.
The designers amongst us will also be happy to know the design slots have doubled. Previously players could save up to 50; now, it’s an even 100.
Lastly, there’s two dozen new rim options, split evenly across three manufacturers:
- Fifteen 52: Outlaw 003, Penta GT 3 Piece, Evo SC Block 3 Piece, RSR Apex 3 Piece, RSR Chicane 3 Piece, RSR Holeshot 3 Piece, RSR Stage 3 Piece, TurboMac SC 3 Piece
- 3SDM: 3.0 1 V2, 3.01 FX2, 3.05, 3.33 FX2, 3.06 FR, 3.35 FX2, 3.41 FR, 3.66 FR
- HRE: 305 Mono, 935, C109, P200, R101, RS106, S107, S201H
Ghost Games has added a much-welcomed Chat Wheel ability. Players can select from multiple emotes that will display above their car.
AllDrive now has a new Quick Race option. Simply pick a destination while in a server, and the game will notify everybody present that the race is about to start.
Lastly, as a rather unexpected addition, players can now toggle the UI on or off. Helpful for those looking for a cruise, that.
Featured image courtesy of FT-1.