Ghost Games and EA released a new trailer for their upcoming racer Need for Speed Payback today that gives more details on the game’s setting, Fortune Valley, which is clearly inspired by the real-world Las Vegas.
The game’s open world is home to a variety of different feeling environments, and is also scattered with challenges. While Riot Club drag races populate the warehouse-filled Boomville, while League 73 focus on offroad racing at a nearby airfeild. Bait crates located across the game’s world will gain the cops attention.
Fortune Valley is also filled with a variety of different dealerships where players can purchase new vehicles, and upgrade them at a variety of tune-up shops. Players can also find Derelicts around the Need for Speed Payback’s world, which can be used to create one’s own unique car.
You can check out the new world-focused gameplay trailer below. Need for Speed Payback will officially release worldwide on November 10; that being said, if you pick up the Deluxe Edition of Need for Speed Payback, you can play on November 7. As for a Nintendo Switch version, while Ghost Games and EA say the game could run on the platform, there are currently no plans to bring it to Nintendo’s console handheld hybrid.