Need For Speed Payback official artwork

While this has been a long time coming, the recently announced Need for Speed Payback has almost completely dropped any pretense of realism in favor of ridiculous speeds and even more ridiculous cars. As such, it really shouldn't come as much of a surprise to hear that Need for Speed Payback will focus heavily on customization, both in terms of visuals and performance.

If you're wondering how all of this will work, and what exactly you will need to do in order to craft your dream-car, you'll find your answers in the most recent trailer. Its not very long, but it does manage to get the message across quite nicely. Have a look:

The actual details are currently a bit shaky, but I'm sure we'll find out more soon enough as Need for Speed Payback is set to arrive this November 10th for everyone that grabs the Standard Edition. On the other hand, those of you that have EA/Origin Access will be able to start on November 2nd, while those that purchase the Deluxe Edition will be able to start on November 7th. I'm not exactly a big fan of this kind of staggered release, but at least there won't be much of a story to spoil like with some other games.