EA makes changes to 'Need for Speed Payback' progression

EA makes changes to 'Need for Speed Payback' progression ELECTRONIC ARTS

Electronic Arts is making post-launch alterations to Need For Speed Payback's progression system and other aspects of the game.

These changes include decreasing the amount of time for parts to refresh within the tune-up shops as well as the way events, bait crates, and roaming racers work.  The company says that those in Ranked Speedlists will also be noticing greater payouts.  While these changes are already being implemented, EA says there is more to come.

"Soon players will see a client-side patch going live and will benefit from a range of updates including improved game performance, multiple fixes to improve stability and tune-up shops stocking a higher quality selection of parts," says EA Communication Specialist Danica Stanczak.

EA has not yet stated exactly when "soon" will be.

Need For Speed Payback is available now and is rated "T for Teen" by the ESRB.

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