NFS Payback (2017) Download PC Game Crack CPY
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- NOTHING ripped, NOTHING re-encoded – ALL FILES are totally intact, repack is safe for modding
- You can install either x86 or x64 version of the game
- Language can be changed in game settings
- Installation takes ~10-15 minutes
- OS: 64-bit Windows 7 or later
- Processor: Intel Core i3-4130 or equivalent with four hardware threads
- Memory: 6GB RAM
- Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB, AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB, or equivalent DX11 compatible GPU with 2GB memory
- Hard Drive: 30 GB free space
And the recommended requirements for 1080p and 60fps at high settings:
- Windows 7 or later
- Intel Core i5-4690 or equivalent with four hardware threads
- 8GB RAM
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 4GB, AMD Radeon R9 290 4GB, or equivalent DX11 compatible GPU with 4GB memory
- 30 GB free space
First, let’s go through the key features this game is promising before focusing on my short hands-on experience.
Car customization is at the centre of the entire experience. How you fix and trick-out your ride will determine what events you can compete in and what you’re truly capable of.
Locations in the Fortune Valley environment range from vast canyons, sprawling cities, sandy deserts and mountains. This will all be explored through the eyes (or headlights) of several different characters, too. You can play a variety of challenges and events as Tyler, the Racer; Mac, the Showman; and Jess, the Wheelman.
Intense cop chases are back, and the pigs will do anything to run you down and lock you away thanks to the game’s improved AI. Such confrontations can be avoided by choosing from five distinct car classes – Race, Drift, Off-Road, Drag and Runner – which can be upgraded and customised however you see fit.
The five-minute gameplay I played takes place in a desert landscape with small and large highways, loads of dust and not a huge amount more. The mission to chase down a truck that has a valuable hypercar on board is about as simple as things get. Chase objective, destroy enemies, steal car. Very Fast and Furious.
The game itself promises high-stakes heists, challenges and races and lots more, so this mission is but a tiny chunk of what we can expect.
With such a simple objective you’d expect there to be more depth in how you actually go about things. But really it’s standard driving physics that don’t feel all that far away from the Burnout games from more than a decade ago. From the loose drifting, which doesn’t feel hugely challenging, to the crazy takedown manouevres, it’s all very familiar.
The physics encourages frequent use of nitro and the handbrake. Drifting in arcade racers should feel addictive and require a little bit more than simply tapping a button and hoping. The best games make it easy to spin out if you overwork the gas pedal and don’t steer into the slide enough. Here, it feels almost on auto-pilot. I’m not asking for anything close to simulation, I just want a bit more than point-and-shoot drifting.
The other key feature on show here is crashing. And there’s loads of that. In this mission, you’re encouraged to take down black BMW SUVs driven by ‘The House’, which is the gambling-themed gang that you’ll be battling with throughout the game. Like in NFS and Burnout games of yore, simply bash into them at speed and they’ll probably crash and flip over in slow-motion.. Sure, looks cool, no denying that, but when you’re basically invincible and your foes can actually destroy themselves by hitting you, it rather takes the fun out of things. Of the five cars I took out, at least two of them were destroyed by hitting my rear-end.
The witty banter between our three heroes wasn’t as annoying as I’d expected, at least, and the gang actually seem quite likable. That sounds like an improvement over the 2015 Need for Speed’s fist-pumping pals.