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Need for Speed Payback Will Receive Changes to Progression System

Another EA title is seeing post-launch changes being made to its progression system. Need for Speed Payback will be receiving an upcoming patch that will modify elements of the game’s progression system. Some of these changes are already live, while others are upcoming.

Below is the list of updates that are coming with the next patch for the game:

  • Tune-up shops now stock higher quality parts.
  • Improved quality of cards from targeted rolls in the Tune-up Shops.
  • Increased the level on parts awarded from winning events.
  • Multiple fixes to Improve stability.
  • Improved game performance.


Much like Battlefront II, Need for Speed Payback received a fair amount of criticism for its progression system. This has resulted in the developers of the game taking action to address these concerns. Check out the full list of changes coming to the game by reading EA’s full blog post here. Need for Speed Payback is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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Need For Speed Payback Reveals New Story Trailer

EA has released a new story trailer for their upcoming racing game Need for Speed Payback. Set in the city of Fortune Valley, the trailer focuses on the story of Tyler, as he puts together a crew to take his revenge on The House, a syndicate in control of the city.

Need for Speed Payback launches on November 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Check out the latest trailer for the game below:

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BMW Reveals BMW M5 in Need for Speed Payback

EA and BMW have announced that the new BMW M5 will be playable in Need for Speed Payback. This is the first time that a new BMW car has been revealed through a video game trailer.

Need for Speed Payback will launch on November 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Check out the reveal of the new car:


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Trophy Whores 305 – Expo of Platinum Prophecies

This week, we share our predictions for the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2017.  As every year, the competition is fierce.  Alex and Mark are each looking to claim his first victory, while Tricky and Yield look to repeat previous wins.  Yield has won twice; Tricky won last year.  While everyone is confident that he has the best lineup of predictions, this year, it’s anyone’s game.  Well, Jeff Goldblum isn’t playing, so I guess he can’t win.  Bill Pullman isn’t involved; he’s out.  You know, let’s exclude the entirety of the Independence Day cast.  They’ve got another shitty sequel to film.

Our focus might be situated on E3, but the latest PlayStation Plus freebies for the Instant Game Collection are about to drop, and you know that we need to talk about Killing Floor 2 and Life is Strange.  Mark wants in on the intense action of Killing Floor 2, while Alex wants to play Life is Strange and show off his shutterbug skills.  All things considered, June comes in as another strong month for PS Plus.

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, PlayStation Plus, Need for Speed: Payback and Life is Strange.

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